Chemical-assisted physico-biological water mining system

Publisher:
Institution of Civil Engineers
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Institution of Civil Engineers. Proceedings. Water Management, 2010, 163 (9), pp. 469 - 474
Issue Date:
2010-01
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Water mining is the process of extracting valuable water from a sewerage network by treating raw sewage to high standards. A range of commercially viable water mining treatment technologies are now available to treat sewage to specified water quality targets. Most of these technologies have minimal plant footprint requirements, making them suitable for decentralised operations. This paper discusses a hybrid water mining system that includes chemically assisted fine solids separation followed by a biological treatment process. Results from the first proof testing of this water mining system in Sydney, Australia are presented. The results confirm the suitability of the hybrid system for producing high-quality water for non-potable reuse.
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