Bugs and bad things in oxidation ponds

By: Davies-Colley, R.
Contributor(s): Donnison, A.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: 1994Description: p. 15-16.ISSN: 1172-1014.Subject(s): OXIDATION PONDS | ADVANCED POND SYSTEMS | EFFLUENTS | WASTEWATER TREATMENT | BACTERIA | WATER QUALITY | SEWAGE TREATMENTOnline resources: Click here to access online In: Water & atmosphereSummary: Can we rely on oxidation pond systems to treat sewage so that there are no undesirable effects on the waterways receiving their effluent? New research is investigating the processes at work in these ponds. An important aim is to explain why pond effluent quality with existing designs can be so variable.
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Can we rely on oxidation pond systems to treat sewage so that there are no undesirable effects on the waterways receiving their effluent? New research is investigating the processes at work in these ponds. An important aim is to explain why pond effluent quality with existing designs can be so variable.

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