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“Math Solutions” also available for the following:
–1-What is the actual compliant maximum milligram per liter of BOD with Permit Flow Limit of 2,200,000 Gallons per day and a permitted Discharge of 800 pounds BOD per day?
–2-How many gallons of sludge can be applied to one acre of land?
–3– Alkalinity required for conversion of ammonia?
–4– What is the Trickling Filter Recirculation Ratio?
–5– Having no short circuiting, when did the metered wastewater enter the clarifier?
–6– Calculate the pounds of lime required per day!
–7– Determine suspended solids removal efficiency and the concentration factor!
–8– What is the time required to fill the Tank & how many pounds of Total Metals in the Tank?
–9– Calculate Press Sludge Cake Solids Produced in Cubic Yards!
–10– How many mL/min of liquid alum will be needed in the waste stream to produce the jar test results?
–11– What percentage is the side stream Suspended Solids to the influent load of the secondary treatment plant?
–12– Calculate the flow rate of wastewater in cubic feet per second!
–13– Manny more Practical Solutions!
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Dan Theobald is known in the industry as “Wastewater Dan,” Daniel L. Theobald, proprietor of Environmental Services, is a professional wastewater and safety consultant/trainer. He has more than 24 years of hands-on industry experience operating many variants of wastewater treatment processing units and is eager to share with others his knowledge about water conservation. (www.Conserve-On-Water.com).
Theobald serves as an active consultant for industries looking to achieve and maintain improved wastewater treatment at reduced cost. He is a Lifetime Member of the Who’s Who Registry of Professionals and holds numerous certifications from wastewater management regulatory boards and professional organizations. Theobald contributed one chapter to the Water Environment Federation’s (http://www.wef.org/) Manual of Practice # 37 (MOP-37), a technical manual resource guide for biological nutrient removal, published the summer of 2013.
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