Drinking Water, Wastewater, and Solid Waste Modules
This homework will combine the sections of water treatment, wastewater treatment, and sludge disposal.
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Step 1: Open the EPA’s 2012 Guidelines for Water Reuse document. It can be found at this link: http://nepis.epa.gov/Adobe/PDF/P100FS7K.pdf
Step 2: Read Section 3.7 on Potable Reuse. Make special note of the difference between Indirect Potable Reuse (IPR) and Direct Potable Reuse (DPR).
Step 3: Imagine that you are a design engineer, and that you have been hired by a client to provide information about potable reuse and a proposed water reuse design for a municipality of your choosing.
Step 4: Write a summary of the different types of potable reuse. Along with this summary, you are going to design a treatment system that will incorporate potable reuse. You are to create a block diagram which connects the two treatments together. This will combine a block diagram of an activated sludge wastewater treatment process and a block diagram of the drinking water treatment process.
As part of your design please indicate the following:
· Where you are designing the treatment system (you choose a location where water shortage is an issue)
· What the capacity is for your wastewater treatment plant, based on the population of your previously identified location. (as an example the Rio de Flag Wastewater Treatment Plant in Flagstaff is 4 MGD)
· Your block diagram is your design, not an image pulled from the internet. With that in mind, make sure that all of the components of the block diagram are included and well labeled. Consider using a “flow diagram” tool: examples are the “Shapes” or “SmartArt” tools found in the “Insert” tab of Word, paint, or any other technical drawing software tool.
· Make sure that both; your summary and your block diagram, make it clear which type of potable reuse system you are designing (IPR or DPR)
· Indicate three options for the disposal or use of Waste Activated Sludge (WAS) from the secondary treatment of wastewater.
· Make a recommendation to the client of your preferred disposal method and indicate why it is the preferred method.
Step 5: Make every effort to make this as professional as possible. This is good practice for several of the writing and design courses you will take throughout the engineering curriculum.
Step 6: Combine all of your documents into one PDF file and submit it to BBL under Homework 7. This homework is due no later than Wednesday March 11th, by 8:00:00 am.
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