Clarifier Design: WEF Manual of Practice No. FD-8
Clarification is the final step in wastewater treatment. Once the water has been thoroughly cleansed, clarifiers remove both any remaining pollutants and the chemicals added by the treatment process (such as chlorine), so water can be safely released back into the local environment.
- Current US water treatment facility expenditure exceeds $25 billion
- The field's established authority on clarifier design
- Updated to cover the latest modeling software, equipment selection, and common design "traps"
- Details successful design approaches in Europe and Japan
Title: Clarifier Design: WEF Manual of Practice No. FD-8
Author: Water Environment Federation
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