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RE: Municipal Wastewater Effluents
- Subject: RE: Municipal Wastewater Effluents
- From: Rudy Moehrbach <Rudy_Moehrbach@p2pays.org>
- Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2002 07:35:44 -0500
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- Reply-To: Rudy Moehrbach <Rudy_Moehrbach@p2pays.org>
A great substitute for chlorination of waste water is to use ozone. Our
P2Infohouse database has 11 articles on the subject. Open up that database
on our website, found under my name. Type ozone in one box of the search
engine, and wastewater in the other box. Try key words from your other
questions in the same database.
Waste Reduction Resource Center
From: Deb Foster [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2002 7:18 AM
Subject: Municipal Wastewater Effluents
C2P2 is currently exploring issues related to municipal wastewater
We are looking for contacts in organizations around the world who could
us further information on the following:
-Alternatives to chlorination for disinfection of wastewater effluent
(municipal or industrial)
-Alternatives for using nonyl phenol and its ethoxylates (NPE) and
-'At the source control' policies, programs, practices, that
who directly discharge their treated wastewater effluent to surface waters
implement to reduce the pollutant loadings to wastewater treatment plants.
examples of these programs include: sewer use bylaws, water pricing and
metering; effluent treatment user fees, sectoral best management practices
promote the reduction or elimination of use of regulated substances at
industries & institutions.
-'At the source control' policies, programs, practices that institutions
organizations who directly discharge their wastewater effluent to surface
(such as at some First Nation and federal facilities) can implement to
their pollutant loadings.
Thank you in advance.
Canadian Centre for Pollution Prevention
100 Charlotte Street
Sarnia, ON N7T 4R2