By Paul G Smith
Water and waste administration covers the layout, construction and operation of vegetation for water remedy and provide, sewerage, wastewater therapy and disposal, and reliable waste remedy and disposal. because the final variation in 2002 there was an expanding significance at the concerns reflecting weather switch. this is often relatively vital whilst the results of this modification needs to be 'managed' and 'controlled' to keep up an amenity resembling water provide. This re-creation contains many new entries at the themes of stormwater administration and flood administration, in addition to the hot ecu Directives that hide this box. With over 7000 phrases, this dictionary encompasses the newest terminology on water and waste administration. it's a convenient reference for experts, contractors engineers in addition to teachers and scholars who want a speedy definition to technical phrases. * presents a convenient reference for specialists, contractors engineers in addition to lecturers and scholars who want a speedy definition to technical phrases. *References US, united kingdom and ecu criteria, laws and spelling delivering a world relevance *Offers distinctive insurance of the terminology of Stormwater administration and flood administration now not came upon somewhere else
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Bacteriology The study of bacteria. bacteriophage, phage Any virus that infects bacteria. bacteriostatic Description of a substance that prevents bacterial growth but does not kill bacteria. bacterium Singular of bacteria. Bacterium dysenteriae Shigella dysenteriae, see shigellosis. Bacterium tularense One of the bacteria that cause tularaemia. Bacteroides Obligate anaerobe bacteria that can form sulphides from protein in anaerobic digestion. Baetis rhodani A stone dwelling mayfly which favours mildly polluted rivers.
It is normally heated to around 35 °C (mesophilic digestion) or possible 55 °C (thermophilic digestion). The sludge gas is collected and used as a fuel to heat the sludge. Primary tanks usually have scum breakers and a roof that may be floating or fixed. If the roof is floating, it forms a gasometer to 24 hold the methane. The primary digester normally is mixed by recirculating either the sludge or the gas or both. Sludge is heated by circulating it through an external heat exchanger. 5 m deep at the centre or less than 6 m diameter, but up to 35 m diameter and 14 m deep.
To exchange anions. In soil, it is small compared to the cation exchange capacity. See ion exchange. 25 anion exchange resin anion exchange resins See ion exchange. anionic detergent See synthetic detergent. Anisopus fenestralis Sylvicola fenestralis. Ankylostoma duodenale The hookworm responsible for ankylostomiasis. See hookworm disease. annelid, Annelida Small segmental worms that may be found in trickling filters, which feed on the biofilm. Polychaeta annelids are important in marine bioassays.
Dictionary of water and waste management by Paul G Smith