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The latest standards for energy efficiency and conservation in water and wastewater treatment plants Updated to include both drinking water treatment as well as wastewater, this authoritative guide from the Water Environment Federation presents new opportunities for improving energy efficiency in plant operations. This manual represents the collected background and experience of professionals active in the energy conservation area. Each of the chapters in Energy Conservation in Water and Wastewater Facilities discusses basic principles and concepts of energy requirements and potential sources of inefficiency. This is followed by recommended energy conservation measures for specific equipment or processes. Learn how to prevent major repair issues by managing regular maintenance processes from this comprehensive volume.
Water Environment Federation Technical Practice Committee was created by the Federation Board of Control on October 11, 1941. The primary function of the Committee is to originate and produce, through appropriate subcommittees, special publications dealing with technical aspects of the broad interests of the Federation.
Table of Contents
Preface;List of Figures;List of Tables;Chapter 1. Energy Efficiency; Chapter 2. Utility Billing Procedures and Incentives; Chapter 3. Electric Motors and Transformers; Chapter 4. Pumps; Chapter 5. Variable Controls; Chapter 6. Energy Use In Water Treatment Plants; Chapter 7. Energy Utilization in Wastewater Treatment Processes; Chapter 8. Aeration Systems; Chapter 9. Blowers; Chapter 10. Solids Processes;Chapter 11. Energy Management;Appendix A. Agencies and Organizations;Appendix B. Equations for Converting from English Units to Metric Units;Appendix C. Estimates of Electricity Used in Wastewater Treatment;Appendix D. Electricity Basics;Index