wastewater treatment plants

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Part II: What Constitutes Consent Failure?

This is the continuation of the Analysis of the Risk of Consent Failure of UK Wastewater Treatment Plants series from Alan Bland. I hope you enjoy: In the early 1990s, when this project was undertaken, the established sewage treatment works discharge consents were those originally issued under the 1963 Water Resources Act, referred to as WRA … Continue reading

Analysis of the Risk of Consent Failure of UK Wastewater Treatment Plants Part I – The Context

Hi Water Quality and Security Followers, This week we are beginning a new series on the Risk of Consent Failure of UK wastewater treatment plants. I think the topic of risk management as it pertains to new regulations is a cross-border issue and much can be learned from this series. Our guest blogger is Alan … Continue reading

Resistance to the Effective Use of Instrumentation II: Instrument Reliability

In the second of this blog series about the resistance to the effective use of instrumentation I am going to talk about the subject of instrument reliability. This is one of the first reasons given by any water or wastewater treatment operators. The typical cry is “we tried to use it but it simply doesn’t … Continue reading