03.27.13 -- Chlorine Measurement In Wastewater And Regulated Discharge Requirements
Chlorine Measurement In Wastewater And Regulated Discharge Requirements By Emerson Process Management, Rosemount Analytical
Homes, industry, schools, and businesses all generate sanitary waste, or sewage. Sewage treatment is a multistage process that cleans up wastewater before discharge or reuse. In the final step of the treatment, disinfectants are added to kill disease-causing organisms. Common disinfectants are chlorine gas and sodium hypochlorite. Federal and state agencies regulate the amount of chlorine allowed in water discharged into lakes, rivers, and oceans.
Pollution Online invites members of the community to submit their technical articles, application notes, white papers, tutorials, videos, press releases, and other relevant content for featuring on www.pollutiononline.com and in our e-mail newsletter. Please send your submissions or questions to us at email@example.com.