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1 Licensing Agreement Accept Decline I have read, understand, and agree to the terms and conditions of the licensing agreement set forth by Awesome Guides, Inc. for this virtual field trip CD, and the virtual field trip series. Failure to abide to this agreement constitutes criminal activity by federal, state and local laws. By pressing the accept button below, or by using any part of this legally or otherwise purchased/acquired show, you are entering into a legal and binding contract and accept and agree to the terms as outlined by the licensing agreement.AcceptDecline
2 Navigation Index 1 End Show Begin Show Grit removal systems 2 Sewage collectionSewage overviewLift stationsPumping stationsPumping station movieEntering the facilityWastewater basicsWastewater basics 2Wastewater flow diagramPrimary treatmentScreeningGrit removalGrit removal systemsGrit removal systems 2Wastewater pumpsPrimary treatmentPrimary clarifierPrimary settling basinPhosphorus removalPhosphorus removal 2Floc depositsSecondary treatmentAeration tankEmpty aeration tankTypes of aeration tanksTypes of aeration tanks 2Secondary aeration tankNavigation Index 2EndShowNOTE: Navigation Buttons Workin TV Presentation View ONLY
3 Navigation Index 2 End Show Begin Show Sand filters Secondary treatmentSecondary Treat. Anim.Trickling filtersOxidations ditches diagOxidation ditchesOxidation ditches 2Bacteria in wastewaterPolymer additionFinal clarifiersFinal clarifierFinal settling tanksTraveling bridge typeCircumference typeSand filtersSludge handlingSludge dewateringSludge optionsDisinfection chlorinatorDisinfection ultravioletSludge digestionWastewater dischargeTertiary treatmentTertiary treatment 2MicrostrainersDrum filtersReed bedsNavigation Index 3EndShowNOTE: Navigation Buttons Workin TV Presentation View ONLY
4 Navigation Index 3 End Show Begin Show Credits TV presentation instructionsEndShowNOTE: Navigation Buttons Workin TV Presentation View ONLY
5 Waste Water Treatment Virtual Field Trip (Operations of Wastewater Treatment)Penproduced by: Awesome Guides, Inc.
7 After the grits and inorganic solids are removed, the remaining treated liquid (called effluent) is discharged leaving treated solids (called sludge or biosolids)Storm Sewer
8 Waste water flows by gravity whenever possible Waste water flows by gravity whenever possible. When this waste is moved against gravity, i.e. up a hill, lift stations are used! A lift station contains pumps to lift waste water on its way to the sewage treatment plant.Lift Station
9 Pumping StationA wastewater treatment plant receives a large percentage of the rain waters from a developed community. The pumping station moves large volumes of water to the sewage inlet portion of the facility. A supplementary volume of water from rain waters accounts for about 13% of the total volume of wastewater treated at many plants. This volume of water is negligible compared to that from infiltration, which is estimated at more than 30% of the waters found at the plant.
12 Waste Water Treatment Basics (The details are described later on your tour!)Primary treatment uses gravity settling and screening to remove solids from liquid. Some BOD (biological oxygen demand,) removal.Secondary treatment reduces more BOD concentration. During this treatment, in an aeration tank, bacteria begins to digest organic material. This process allows for the settling of sludge. With activated sludge, microbial growth is suspended in the water and will eventually settle out in flocs, called flocculation. This settled sludge can be returned to the incoming water to maintain the necessary biomass for decomposition.
13 Waste Water Treatment Basics (The details are described later on your tour!)Tertiary treatment takes place in an oxidation tank. The treatment involves the removal of nitrogen, a element critical for explosive algae and plant growth when in high concentrations. Once the tertiary treatment is complete, the resulting water theoretically meets drinking water standards.
21 2 1 Primary Treatment Two types of clarifiers, also known as settling tanks21
22 Primary Clarifier or Settling Tank Skimmers collect scum at one end of the tank and sludge at the other. Sludge and scum are moved to other areas for treatment. The Primary Clarifier removes about 25% of the pollutants in wastewater.
25 To reduce the phosphorus in the water, a coagulant, ferric chloride or alum, is added upstream of the screens to destabilize colloidal particles. An anionic polymer injected at the exit of the grit chambers makes it possible to agglomerate the destabilized particles for flocculation, which rapidly sediment in the clarifiers. Ferric chloride or alum and the anionic polymer are received in a chemical products building. These chemicals are injected respectively in a manner proportionate to the total phosphorus load and to the flow of raw water.
26 Floc and other matter deposited at the bottom of the clarifiers form sludge. The matter floating at the surface of the clarifiers is scum. This sludge and scum are pumped to a sludge building for treatment.
27 Secondary Treatment Aeration Aeration Tank Following primary treatment is secondary treatment. Primary Treatment is mostly a physical process. Secondary treatment is a combination of physical and biological processes.SecondaryTreatmentAerationAeration Tank
28 Aeration TankSecondary treatment is speeded up by blowing air in tanks of sewage where micro-organisms float freely & feed on bacteria.
29 Bottom of empty aeration tank showing agitators
30 Types of Aeration Tanks (Even though there are different types of aeration tanks, all work in a similar manner, and essentially accomplish the same goals!)One Side Spiral Flow Aeration
31 Types of Aeration Tanks Fine bubbleaerationSubmerged Mechanical Agitator(Used to add air into the tanks)
32 Aeration Tank Secondary Treatment Aeration Tank Primary effluent Secondary EffluentReturnSludgeAeration TankFinalClarifierAir CompressorRecycle Pump
33 Secondary TreatmentAfter biological treatment in the secondary or aeration tank(s), a secondary clarifier or settling tank removes remaining sludge and pumps it to an on-site sludge handling facility.
34 Secondary Treatment Animation (Note how air is pumped in at the bottom of the secondary tank.)
37 Oxidation DitchesProvides mixing, oxygen transfer and retention time for microorganisms to convert organics to more stable compounds.
38 Oxidation Ditches 2Oxidation DitchOxidation Ditch System Rotor
39 Bacteria in Wastewater Bacteria is where most of the odor comes from!Bacteria in Wastewater
40 Polymer is also added to the water after aeration to aid in a process called flocculation, whereby very small hydroxide particles stick together to form larger particles, called floc, which are more easily settled and removed. The polymer is mixed with the water in a rapid-mix tank
41 Final ClarifiersFollowing any form of secondary treatment, waste water is settled in tanks to separate the biological sludge from the purified waste water.
43 Types of Final Settling Tanks/Clarifiers Even though there are different types of final settling tanks, all work in a similar manor and essentially accomplish the same goals! Final Clarifiers allow more detention time for activated sludge to settle, be drawn off gradually, and returned to be mixed with incoming raw sewage, known as Return Activated Sludge. The process also removes floatable materials by skimming. The effluent water from the clarifiers then goes to the sand filters for further treatment.
44 Types of Final Settling Tanks/Clarifiers 2 Traveling Bridge Type
45 Types of Final Settling Tanks/Clarifiers 2 Circumference Drive Suspension Type
53 Discharge of Treated Wastewater Discharge Locations
54 Tertiary TreatmentSometimes, extra treatment is needed to give the waste water a final "polish". This is known as tertiary treatment. Tertiary treatment is aimed at improving the quality of effluent produced by a conventional biological treatment plant. It is intended that tertiary treatment should polish a good quality effluent. It is not a substitute for inadequate secondary treatment processes.
55 Tertiary treatment can achieve a reduction in suspended solids BOD and ammonia. There are various types of tertiary treatment systems (some have already been mentioned), they are grass plots, clarifiers, sand filters, microstrainers, drum filters, reed beds, lagoons, and nitrifying filters.
59 Credits………… The Port LaBelle Utilities System MUC Wastewater Treatment PlantWeirton Sanitary BoardWastewater Treatment Facility - Santa Cruz City FacilitiesThe City of Dayton, Division of Wastewater Treatment
60 TV Presentation Instructions Each presentation opens to slide 1 of the navigation index list of slides. Press button to go only to the LAST slide viewed. Click speaker on slides with voice to replay sound.2. You can easily navigate through the index of slides or the virtual field trip slides by using the up (back)* and down (forward) keyboard arrow keys, the forward button , or by clicking the left mouse button (forward only).3. Use the buttons to go to the next slide during the virtual field trip or to a particular slide from the index page; use the button to return to the first index slide.4. You can always press the button from an index slide to begin the field trip starting at the first virtual slide.5. You can end a slide show by returning to any index slide using by pressing the button.EndShow* You will need to press the up (back) arrow key twice or more onslides with speaker (voice) icons on them.Return to Index Page 1
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