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Title: Guide to the use of pond systems in South Africa for the purification of raw and partially treated sewage
Authors: Meiring, PGJ
Drews, RJLC
Van Eck, H
Stander, GJ
Keywords: Pond systems
Raw sewage
Treated sewage
CSIR special report WAT 34
Sewage purification
Issue Date: Jan-1968
Publisher: CSIR
Citation: Meiring, PGJ, Drews, RJLC, Van Eck, H and Stander, GJ. 1968. Guide to the use of pond systems in South Africa for the purification of raw and partially treated sewage. CSIR Special Report WAT 34
Series/Report no.: UDC
628.357.1/.2
Abstract: Some of the effluents from the sewage purification systems covered by this report show quite marked seasonal variations. No assurance can be given that the effluents would meet promulgated standards from season to season. The effluent from stabilization ponds will, in summer, contain high concentrations of algae, whereas in winter high ammonia concentrations will be found
Description: CSIR Special Report WAT 34, January 1968. This report has since been in great demand. It has also been reprinted for the Jerusalem International Conference on Water Quality and Pollution Research, June 1969, and further reprints were made by the Ann Arbor Science Publishers, Inc., PO Box 1425, Michigan 48106, USA
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4477
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General science, engineering & technology

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