A coupled sewer system and WWTP modelling approach to minimise annual discharge: a case study

C. Beck, K. Le Roy & A.-G. Sadowski
Urban rainy weather effluents, in spite of dilution effects, could represent a major cause of pollution for receiving water when directly rejected at CSO\342\200\231s or inducing wastewater treatment plant malfunction, conducting to immediate or cumulative impacts. In this study, we reconsider the operating mode of an activated sludge wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) and the dimensioning of its storm basin, seeking to minimise total rejected flows at annual scale, while maximising rainy weather flows through these...

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A coupled sewer system and WWTP modelling approach to minimise annual discharge: a case study

C. Beck, K. Le Roy & A.-G. Sadowski
Urban rainy weather effluents, in spite of dilution effects, could represent a major cause of pollution for receiving water when directly rejected at CSO\342\200\231s or inducing wastewater treatment plant malfunction, conducting to immediate or cumulative impacts. In this study, we reconsider the operating mode of an activated sludge wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) and the dimensioning of its storm basin, seeking to minimise total rejected flows at annual scale, while maximising rainy weather flows through these...

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