Selected Applications and Trends

Trends to improve performance in municipal and industrial waste treatment plants lead to new processes and more complex combinations of sludge. Primary and secondary sludges can be dewatered separately or mixed. The former often results in a higher initial cost but also gives a dryer combined cake and lower operating cost. Table 7.48.4 shows the effect on dewatering of adding secondary to primary sludge. Many smaller plants using only aerobic contact stabilization have low sludge rates that are handled at somewhat higher capital costs in knifing centrifuges without coagulant use.

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