Accession Number : ADA293755

Title :   Litigation Technical Support and Services, Rocky Mountain Arsenal. Building 1727 Sump, Interim Response Action Assessment, Task 30, Draft Final Treatability Study.

Corporate Author : ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING INC ENGLEWOOD CO

PDF Url : ADA293755

Report Date : JUL 1987

Pagination or Media Count : 71

Abstract : Based on the literature review, electrochemical precipitation and activated alumina adsorption were judged to be the most promising technologies for interim treatment of wastewater in Sump 1727. Sections of the report discuss the following: (1) Raw water characteristics; (2) proposed treatment levels for discharge to the RMA sanitary sewer; (3) treatability test methods that were used to evaluate the two technologies; (4) results of the tests; (5) selection of alumina as the preferred treatment; (6) conceptual design; and (7) costs. jg

Descriptors :   *WASTE WATER, *SUMPS, *LITIGATION, MILITARY FACILITIES, ACTIVATION, ADSORPTION, TEST METHODS, ELECTROCHEMISTRY, COSTS, PRECIPITATION, RESPONSE, ALUMINUM OXIDES, WASTE TREATMENT, SEWERS.

Subject Categories : Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
      Inorganic Chemistry
      Civil Engineering
      Water Pollution and Control

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE