Navy Advanced Waste Treatment System
Final rept. 20 Apr-22 Dec 1971 on Phase 1
MORTON THIOKOL INC BRIGHAM CITY UT WASATCH OPERATIONS
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The report covers research and development efforts which have demonstrated the feasibility of an advanced photochemical waste treatment system. A full scale system for a 200 man vessel has been fabricated and tested. Data is presented on a 200 man Navy prototype system capable of treating 5,200 gal per day of sewage. Effluent from the sewage has been treated to a level of suspended solids under 80 mg1, BODunder 50 mg1, and a coliform bacteria count near zero. A parallel demonstration program was conducted with a catalyst in place of the UV cell. Because of the major reduction in system size, complexity, and power consumption with the catalyst system, it was preferred.
- Marine Engineering
- Air Pollution and Control
- Water Pollution and Control