INTRODUCTION


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<anchor role="natural" id="p200191e699823_2"></anchor><anchor role="natural" id="p200191e699823_3"></anchor><anchor role="natural" id="p200191e699823_4"></anchor><emphasis role="bold">INTRODUCTION</emphasis>
<anchor role="natural" id="p200191e699823_2"></anchor><anchor role="natural" id="p200191e699823_3"></anchor><anchor role="natural" id="p200191e699823_4"></anchor><emphasis role="bold">INTRODUCTION</emphasis>Wastewater treatment plants typically use thickening processes to make primary solids or a combination of primary and waste activated solids (combined solids) more concentrated. Thickening reduces the volumetric loading and increases the efficiency of subsequent solids-processing steps. Initially, most treatment plants used gravity-based thi…
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Water Environment Federation: Design of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants: WEF Manual of Practice No. 8 ASCE Manuals and Reports on Engineering Practice No. 76, Fifth Edition. INTRODUCTION, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export