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Description: Book cover
In 2014, DC Water will begin operating a new solids processing train at the Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant consisting of the CAMBI thermal hydrolysis process for solids pretreatment prior to mesophilic anaerobic digestion. DC Water has chosen sequencing batch reactors capable of nitritation-denitritation or deammonification (using the DEMON process) for separate biological...
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 6: Sidestream Treatment: Innovative Technologies Coming of Age
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2011
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20110101)2011:18L.249;1-
DOI10.2175/193864711802639192
Volume / Issue2011 / 18
Content sourceWEFTEC
First / last page(s)249 - 264
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In 2014, the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) will begin operating a new solids processing train consisting of thermal hydrolysis pretreatment and mesophilic anaerobic digestion at the Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant. Dewatering the digested biosolids with belt filter presses will result in a dewatering sidestream (filtrate) with high ammonium-N and VFA...
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 82: Side Stream Nutrient Control
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2010
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20100101)2010:10L.5927;1-
DOI10.2175/193864710798193950
Volume / Issue2010 / 10
Content sourceWEFTEC
First / last page(s)5927 - 5949
Description: Book cover
The DC Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) is implementing new sludge and biosolids processing facilites at the 1.4 million cubic meters/day (370 million gallons per day [mgd]) Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant (AWTP) in Washington D.C. The program involves thermal hydrolysis (TH) followed by anaerobic digsetion and includes a major cogeneration facility to provide electric power...
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 25: How Do YOU Manage Your Biosolids?
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2010
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20100101)2010:16L.1336;1-
DOI10.2175/193864710798158643
Volume / Issue2010 / 16
Content sourceWEFTEC
First / last page(s)1336 - 1348
Description: Book cover
The DC Water and Sewer Authority (DCWASA) is developing new plans and details for sludge and biosolids processing at the 1.4 million m3/day (370-mgd) Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant in Washington DC. The program includes thermal hydrolysis of sludge followed by anaerobic digestion, and will include a major combined heat and power facility to provide electrical power for the...
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 7: Biosolids Programs and Master Planning
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2010
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20100101)2010:4L.420;1-
DOI10.2175/193864710802766895
Volume / Issue2010 / 4
Content sourceResiduals and Biosolids
First / last page(s)420 - 431