Sludge disposal from Greater London sewerage area
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Sludge disposal from Greater London sewerage area study of pumping main ... (report tothe Greater London Council Department of Public Health Engineering). by Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall.

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ContributionsSir Frederick Snow and Partners., Greater London Council. Department of Public Health Engineering.
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Pagination126 p. :
Number of Pages126
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Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers; List of Issues; Vol Issue 4; DISCUSSION. STUDY FOR THE DISPOSAL OF DIGESTED SEWAGE SLUDGE FROM THE GREATER LONDON SEWERAGE AREA INTO THE NORTH SEA BY : Rf Pearson, Kj Enever, Hr Oakley, Jt Calvert, A Welsby, T Grahame, Ev Finn, Jh Potter, Ew Flaxman, D. > Statistical books > Manuals and guidelines > Statistical working papers > Statistical reports > Leaflets and other brochures > Statistics Explained > News releases Sewage sludge production and disposal. View table. Download table. Show table location in data tree Metadata. Crossness, United Kingdom Sewage sludge treatment inhabitants on an area of about km2. The plant concept applied by Doosan Lentjes comprises a mechanical dewatering system and a bubbling bed furnace. The Reliable sewage sludge disposal in Greater London area. such as sewage sludge, which is already performed in Sweden, Finland, Germany and the United Kingdom. Sludge application takes place using the same machinery as in recycling to agriculture. Some specific machinery for sludge projection may be needed when applying sludge File Size: KB.

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