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Richter, Dominik, Nadine Goeppert, Björn Zindler, and Nico Goldscheider. "Spatial and temporal dynamics of suspended particles and E. coli in a complex surface-water and karst groundwater system as a basis for an adapted water protection scheme, northern Vietnam." Hydrogeology Journal 29, no. 5 (May 2021): 1965–78. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10040-021-02356-6.
AbstractKarst aquifers in subtropical regions are characterized by high variability of water availability and quality due to changes associated with rainy and dry seasons. An additional challenge for water management is the combination of surface-water and karst groundwater systems since high spatiotemporal dynamics cause high variability of water quality. In these cases, adapted protection strategies are required. In this study, a protection approach for the catchment of a river-water diversion point in a rural area in northern Vietnam is developed. The variability of water quality was evaluated by rainy and dry season synoptic surveys of suspended particles and microbial contamination at 49 sites and time series at three sets of paired sites under constant hydraulic conditions. The anthropogenic land-use activities in the catchment were mapped to identify potential contamination sources and to highlight the challenging combination of surface-water and karst groundwater management. The analyzed data indicate differences in water quality between the dry and rainy seasons and a higher influence on water quality from land use than from hydrologic conditions. Furthermore, the results suggest a high risk of contamination resulting from residential areas, agriculture, and livestock farming, and reveal the necessity of implementation of appropriate measures such as restricted farming and the hook-up of buildings to municipal sewage disposal. Finally, the data show that water quality can be improved by adjusting water withdrawals by the time of day. The applied methods can be transferred to other surface-water and karst groundwater systems in similar subtropical environments.
Li, Chen Yang, Hong Guang Chen, Dan Dan Xie, and Wei Wei Tian. "Urban Sewage Treatment Project Risk Management Model." Advanced Materials Research 955-959 (June 2014): 2070–73. http://dx.doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/amr.955-959.2070.
Using the automatic driving process of urban sewage treatment project risk model, combining with the characteristics of sewage disposal engineering project financing, putting forward the model of urban sewage treatment project financing risk. Cognizing and distinguishing on urban sewage treatment project financing risk. Delphi analytic hierarchy process is used to quantitative analysis for getting urban sewage treatment project financing risk hierarchy, using fuzzy comprehensive evaluation model for its optimization research.
Turlej, Tymoteusz, and Marian Banaś. "Sustainable management of sewage sludge." E3S Web of Conferences 49 (2018): 00120. http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/20184900120.
The structure of municipal sewage sludge management in Poland, along with the change in legal regulations, has changed radically. The management of sewage sludge is of key importance for environmental pollution and limiting the negative impact on human health. This article presents current legal policies in Poland, methods of commonly used sewage sludge management in European countries, discusses the selection of an appropriate method for the disposal of municipal sewage sludge and an analysis of the current state of sewage sludge management in Poland. In addition, the difficulties associated with the adaptation of sewage sludge management for the requirements of sustainable development are discussed. The article contains foundations, challenges and concerns related to the thermal transformation of municipal sediments. Also forecast and directions of activities in sewage sludge management in Poland are presented.
Rizzardini, Claudia, and Daniele Goi. "Sustainability of Domestic Sewage Sludge Disposal." Sustainability 6, no. 5 (April 2014): 2424–34. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su6052424.
Przydatek, Grzegorz, and Aldona Katarzyna Wota. "Analysis of the comprehensive management of sewage sludge in Poland." Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management 22, no. 1 (October 2019): 80–88. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10163-019-00937-y.
Abstract The methods of sewage sludge management in Poland have largely been determined by the legal requirements related to the Poland’s membership in the European Union. Since 1st January 2016, sewage sludge landfilling is prohibited. It must be emphasised that legal changes regarding wastewater management, along with the systematic increase in the volume of produced sludge, entail the necessity to change the existing method of sewage sludge management. This paper contains an analysis of solutions for management of sewage sludge produced in Poland over the period of 8 years. The goal of the work was an assessment of comprehensive management of sewage sludge produced in Poland from 2009 to 2016. Despite the decrease in the agricultural use of sewage sludge, their average share of 32% was the highest among other forms of sewage sludge management in Poland. Another form, related with the final stage of sewage sludge management, concerned its thermal processing. It was treated as a promising method, with a 19% increase over the analysed period. An optimal solution should be found to ensure safe management of sewage sludge.
Gregor, H., W. Rupp, U. Janoske, and M. Kuhn. "Dewatering behavior of sewage screenings." Waste Management 33, no. 4 (April 2013): 907–14. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wasman.2012.11.016.
Karius, Ralf. "Developing an integrated concept for sewage sludge treatment and disposal from municipal wastewater treatment systems in (peri-)urban areas in Vietnam." Doc-type:masterThesis, Saechsische Landesbibliothek- Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Dresden, 2011. http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:bsz:14-qucosa-71141.
The study took place in Vietnam at Hanoi University of Science in the framework of the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) – “An advancement of the German-Vietnamese University partnerships”. The research has been supported by the program: “Wastewater and Solid Waste Management in Provincial Centers” and belongs to its technical component. The present diploma thesis elaborates the current situation of sewage sludge management in Vietnam and is dealing with sludge characteristics from both domestic sewage treatment facilities and septic tanks. During the research, different treatment components and treatment facilities have been analyzed to carry out a comprehensive survey of sewage sludge types. In this thesis, a guideline (draft) was developed as a main result, which can be helpful to bridge the legislative gap for sewage sludge re-use in Vietnam. In conclusion, an integrated concept has been developed, which recommends the application of selected proceeding elements to treat sewage sludge and the further utilization of re-useable materials in agriculture in a controlled and environmentally-safe manner Die Diplomarbeit wurde im Rahmen des Deutsch-Vietnamesischem Auslandsaustauschprogramms an der „Hanoi University of Science“ verfasst. Dieses Vorhaben wurde unterstützt von dem DAAD (Deutschen Akademischen Austausch Dienst), und ist im technischem Bereich des Programms “Wastewater and Solid Waste Management in Provincial Centers“ einzugliedern. Die vorstehende Diplomarbeit beschäftigt sich mit dem aktuellen Klärschlammmanagement in Vietnam und liefert dabei detaillierte Resultate zu verschiedenen Klarschlammtypen aus kommunalen Abwasserbehandlungsanlagen. Bei den Untersuchungen wurden verschiedene Abwasser- und Klärschlammbehandlungsanlagen untersucht, um einen Überblick zu den gebräuchlichen Behandlungsmethoden in Vietnam zu erarbeiten. Zusätzlich wurden die institutionellen und rechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen überprüft. Der Entwurf einer Verordnung zur Verwertung von Klärschlamm in der Landwirtschaft wurde vorgelegt, um eine bestehende rechtliche Lücke in Vietnam zu schließen. Mit dieser Arbeit wurde ein integriertes Konzept entwickelt, welches mittels verschiedene verfahrenstechnische Elemente den Klärschlamm behandelt und darauffolgend das verwertbare Material in ausgewählten landwirtschaftlichen Flächen in einer kontrollierten und umweltschonenden Weise verwertet
Chan, Lap-man. "Sludge management : oversea experience and application in Hong Kong /." [Hong Kong : University of Hong Kong], 1994. http://sunzi.lib.hku.hk/hkuto/record.jsp?B13813560.
Banaitis, Michael R. "Biogeochemical Response of a Northeastern Forest Ecosystem to Biosolids Amendments." Fogler Library, University of Maine, 2007. http://www.library.umaine.edu/theses/pdf/BanaitisMR2007.pdf.
Wong, Ying-kin, and 黃英健. "Odour control and management in Hong Kong sewage treatment infrastructures." PG_Thesis, The University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam, Hong Kong), 2013. http://hdl.handle.net/10722/194556.
Many complaints were received from the residential area around the Shatin Sewage Treatment Works (STSTW) about the presence of odour. The dominant odour marker H2S was selected to be studied. A review of the odour measurement and sampling methods, together with the specification of the standard limits and health effects were made. The formation process of H2S was investigated and the abatement and control measures in terms of physical, chemical and biological techniques were compared. The monthly rate of H2S emission in the atmosphere was calculated from the soluble sulfide and the measured wastewater flow at the inlet works, primary sedimentation tanks, aeration tanks, and sludge digestive and storage tanks, and the H2S mapping was carried out at the same places. Meteorological data including wind speed, wind direction, temperature and pressure were collected. The effect of temperature and pH on H2S generation is shown, and the effectiveness of odour control and deodourization processes was studied. A Gaussian dispersion model of Industrial Source Complex version 3 (ISC3) was applied in predicting the ground H2S level at various air sensitive receivers in the vicinity of STSTW. None of the places exceeded the recommended H2S concentration of World Health Organization (WHO) and the odour is a localized problem in STSTW of 35% area having H2S ranging in 0.01--‐0.023ppm. Recommendations are suggested in both short-term improvement in operation and maintenance practice and long-term design and construction of sewage treatment facilities. published_or_final_version Environmental Management Master Master of Science in Environmental Management
Ekman, Lisa. "Down the Drain: A Story of Sewage." Text, PDXScholar, 2010. https://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/open_access_etds/1296.
This creative nonfiction thesis tells a story of how water turns into waste. With Portland, Oregon as a base, the reader visits a wastewater treatment plant, several buried and lost streams, a high-tech sewage processor, stormwater education classes, a stormwater management conference, several "green" streets, sewage construction zones, and sewage-related parks. The thesis explores how Western sewage systems came to be, and how wastewater management might change in the future.
Sludge, International Solid Waste Association Working Group on Sewage &. Waterworks. Sludge treatment and disposal: Management approaches and experiences. Copenhagen: European Environment Agency, 1998.
Book chapters on the topic "Sewage disposal Vietnam Management":
Yue, Qinyan, Baoyu Gao, and Yaqin Zhao. "Disposal and Recycling of Sewage Sludge." In Green Technologies for Sustainable Water Management, 705–36. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/9780784414422.ch20.
Shareef, Noama. "Thermal Sewage Sludge Disposal in Stationary Fluidized Bed Combustion DN 400 by Using Fuel BRAM (Fuel from Solid Waste)." In Waste Management in MENA Regions, 259–79. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-18350-9_13.
Akinbogun, Solomon Pelumi, Clinton Aigbavboa, and Trynos Gumbo. "An Overview of Onsite Residential Sewage Disposal and the Implications on Underground Water Supply and Health in Nigeria." In Collaboration and Integration in Construction, Engineering, Management and Technology, 631–35. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-48465-1_104.
Escudey, Mauricio, Nelson Moraga, Carlos Zambra, and Mnica Antil. "Sewage Sludge Disposal and Applications: Self-heating and Spontaneous Combustion of Compost Piles - Trace Metals Leaching in Volcanic Soils After Sewage Sludge Disposal." In Waste Water - Evaluation and Management. InTech, 2011. http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/15580.
"Management, Disposal, Pathogen Reduction and Potential Uses of Sewage Sludge." In Environmental Management, Sustainable Development and Human Health, 493–518. CRC Press, 2008. http://dx.doi.org/10.1201/9780203881255-44.
Cruz-Jiménez, Gustavo, Irene Cano-Aguilera, Elizabeth Reynel-Avila, Francisco Martínez-González, Adrián Bonilla-Petriciolet, and Guadalupe de la Rosa. "Management, Disposal, Pathogen Reduction and Potential Uses of Sewage Sludge." In Environmental Management, Sustainable Development and Human Health, 477–501. Taylor & Francis, 2008. http://dx.doi.org/10.1201/9780203881255.ch33.
The increased human population is threatening the natural water resources by reducing flows and deteriorating quality. High levels contamination of fecal microbes in Indian water resources is one of the worst impact on natural environment. The incomplete sewage treatment in existing STPs is the root cause it, along with disposal of untreated sewage. Fecal microbes even after the secondary treatment demands the further reduction, hence, an alternative method of vertical flow constructed wetland was adopted to examine the efficiency of the system. The study was aimed to primarily to suggest the suitability and comparative performance of wetland species, P. australis and C. indica. Study revealed the importance of fibrous rooting system of C. indica which helps to enhance aerobicity within the system and cause the reduced number of microbes. The additive enhancement of physical mechanism as well as competition among microflora within the wetland system and excretions from roots of C. indica plant might have been the reason of the significant highest removal of microbial indicators.
Kamugisha, Proscovia Paschal, and Sebastian Faustin Mhanga. "Sustainable Solid Waste Management in Developing Countries." In Advances in Environmental Engineering and Green Technologies, 382–408. IGI Global, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-0198-6.ch016.
Resilient economic urbanisation growth in Tanzania signifies national increasing trend of solid waste generation that necessitates proper management. About 50% of Tanzanians suffer from intestinal schistosomiasis and soil transmitted helminths resulting from haphazard solid waste disposal. Various efforts to address solid waste management in Tanzania include establishment of public private partnership and major reforms in policy and regulatory frameworks. Despite these efforts, 60% of waste generated is mismanaged and normally disposed in illegal places along roadsides, sewage canals, and reserved open spaces. Cornerstone of proper solid waste management lies on separation of the waste at source. It is recommended that ‘the smart garbage collection bin' be adopted at community collection points and charging higher prices for generators who do not separate the waste.
Bai, Attila, and Zoltán Gabnai. "Opportunities of Circular Economy in a Complex System of Woody Biomass and Municipal Sewage Plants." In Forest Biomass - From Trees to Energy. IntechOpen, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.93474.
In this chapter, we present the opportunities and general importance of woody biomass production (forests and short-rotation coppices) and waste management in a common system. Wastewater and different forms of sewage sludge, as energy- and nutrient-rich materials, can contribute to reaching resource efficiency, savings in energy, and reduction of CO2 emissions. Within certain limits, these woody plantations are suitable options for the environmentally sound disposal of wastewater and/or sewage sludge; in addition, they can facilitate the realization of full or partial energy self-sufficiency of the wastewater plant through bioenergy production. Focusing on circular economy, we introduce the aspects of the treatment process and the sizing issues regarding the municipal wastewater treatment and the woody biomass in a complex system. Based on a specific case study, approximately 826 ha of short-rotation coppices (with a 2-year rotation) are required for the disposal of sewage sludge generated by a 250,000 population equivalent wastewater treatment plant. If we look at the self-sufficiency of its energy output, 120–150 ha of short-rotation coppices may be adequate. This complex system can replace the emissions of around 5650 t of CO2 through electricity generation alone and another 1490 t of CO2 by utilizing the waste heat.
Conference papers on the topic "Sewage disposal Vietnam Management":
Zirun, Zhang, and Wu Ruiming. "Monitor and Management in Sewage Disposal System Based on SPC." In 2009 Fifth International Conference on Natural Computation. IEEE, 2009. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/icnc.2009.554.
Xiaofeng, Lian, Liu Zaiwen, Su Zhen, Li Wandong, and Wang Xiaoyi. "Research on DO control based on Fuzzy Smith-PID controller for sewage disposal." In 2010 International Conference on Logistics Systems and Intelligent Management (ICLSIM). IEEE, 2010. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/iclsim.2010.5461360.
Panicker, Philip K., and Amani Magid. "Microwave Plasma Gasification for Enhanced Oil Recovery and Sustainable Waste Management." In ASME 2016 10th International Conference on Energy Sustainability collocated with the ASME 2016 Power Conference and the ASME 2016 14th International Conference on Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1115/es2016-59630.
This paper presents qualitative evidence to support the application of microwave induced plasma gasification (MIPG) technology for converting municipal solid wastes (MSW) to syngas and to use it for enhanced oil recovery (EOR). The target for the case study of this paper is the United Arab Emirates, which is a major producer and exporter of petroleum. The main EOR method employed by the UAE’s oil companies is the miscible gas flooding method, whereby natural gas or carbon dioxide is injected into the oil reservoirs to boost the oil pressure, reduce the viscosity of the oil and to increase the pumping rates. UAE purchases natural gas for power production and EOR from its neighbor, Qatar, which makes the UAE a net importer of natural gas and a major consumer of energy, while reducing the national income from the oil sales. The UAE is looking at ways to boost its oil production and to reduce the usage of natural gas, including the injection of carbon dioxide, nitrogen and steam generated by concentrated solar power. UAE and the other Arabian Gulf nations have some of the highest per capita rates of production of domestic waste. Landfilling is the prevalent form of waste disposal for industrial, commercial and residential waste. Incineration-type waste-to-energy power plants are being constructed, but they are not the most effective solution due to cost and environmental reasons. This paper proposes a solution that covers the two problems with one technology, namely MIPG of MSW. MIPG is shown to be the most efficient method of gasification available, as it uses much less energy for producing and sustaining the plasma than other techniques, and produces a much cleaner syngas than thermochemical gasification schemes. The syngas can be used for electricity generation or for making fuels and raw materials in the Fischer-Tropsch or similar processes. In this proposal, MIPG will be used to turn MSW, sewage sludge and biomass wastes into syngas. A part of the syngas will be used to produce electricity to power the petroleum extraction processes, while the carbon dioxide formed in this combustion of syngas can be captured and used for EOR in deep oil wells, which also functions as a form of sequestration of carbon. In addition, syngas can be turned into methane and synthetic natural gas using the Fischer-Tropsch or Sabatier process and then pumped into the oil wells. Some of the petroleum extracted can also be gasified using the MIPG method for the production of synthetic natural gas. Thus, the dependence on natural gas imports will be eliminated, while also achieving zero landfill targets.