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|Statement||[prepared ... by the firm of Pomeroy, Johnston and Bailey, under the direction of Richard D. Pomeroy]|
|Contributions||Pomeroy, Richard D., Pomeroy, Johnston & Bailey.|
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Citation: Pomeroy, R. DESIGN MANUAL: SULFIDE CONTROL IN SANITARY SEWERAGE SYSTEMS. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/// Get this from a library! Process design manual for sulfide control in sanitary sewerage systems. [Richard D Pomeroy; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Technology Transfer,; Pomeroy, Johnston & Bailey,]. These cost estimates reflect the importance of adequately considering sulfide control in the design of new sanitary sewer systems. Since publication of the Process Design Manual for Sulfide Control in Sanitary Sewerage Systems in , substantial information on odors and corrosion in municipal sewerage systems has been reported. These cost estimates reflect the importance of adequately con- sidering sulfide control in the design of new sanitary sewer systems. Since publication of the Process Design Manual for Sulfide Control in Sanitary Sewerage Systems in , substantial information on odors and corrosion in municipal sewerage systems has been reported.
Intelligent decision support systems for managing the urban drainage business process are presented. Audience: Researchers into sewer design, municipal engineers, planners and managers interested in an innovative approach to all aspects of the planning, design and operation of sewer systems. The motivation for conducting such a project was based on the fact that 'A Guide to the Design of Sewage Purification Works' was first published in by the then Southern African Branch of the Institute for Water Pollution Control (IWPC) and over the years this useful reference document has become known as the 'Black Book'. 1. Introduction. Sulfide buildup is of major concern when operating and maintaining sewer networks (Process Design Manual for Sulfide Control in Sanitary Sewerage Systems, ; Hvitved-Jacobsen, ; Sulfide in Wastewater Collection and Treatment Systems, ).Several problems are related to sulfide buildup, these include corrosion of concrete sewer pipes, release of obnoxious . To ensure that the design of wastewater collection and treatment systems is consistent with public health, worker safety, water quality, and biosolids management objectives. To establish a basis, including best practices and limiting factors, for the design of technical plans and specifications for wastewater systems.
Both of these problems can be attributed in large part to the genera- tion of hydrogen sulfide (H 2 s) in sewers. Reference is made to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) publication, Process Design Manual for Sulfide Con- trol in Sanitary Sewerage Systems, for a complete dis- cussion of this topic. 1 Design philosophy A general approach to sewer design is illustrated in. Figure and Figure (Butler and JW, ). A sewer system is a network of pipes used to convey storm runoff and/or sanitary sewer in a city. • The design of storm sewer system . The release of odorous compounds, particularly sulfide, is a pH-dependent process. As shown in Figure 2, at a pH of , approximately 50% of the sulfide in wastewater is present as dissolved hydrogen sulfide gas (H2S) and the other 50% is present as dissolved sulfides (HS- and S2-). At a pH of 8, the. From the Author of the Book. Title: Sanitary Sewer System Design & Construction manual The intent of this manual is to provide guidelines and criteria for engineers, architects, developers, and contractors who plan, design, or construct projects that require new, relocated, or renovated sanitary sewer systems.