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Clark County Water Reclamation District Uses The Results of the Biofilter Testing and Monitoring Program to Correct Biofilter Design Problems and Rehabilitates Seven Biofilters for a Fraction of the cost of New Odor Control Systems Clark County Water Reclamation District

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This paper presents the results of Clark County Water Reclamation Districts (CCWRD) biofilter rehabilitation project conducted at Central WRF and Laughlin WRF. The project was started in April 2005 and was substantially complete in June 2006. This paper includes the Methodology for identifying problem(s); Design goals for the project; Design changes that fixed each problem; Completed Project Results; and The operating data of each redesigned biofilter (First biofilter completed May 2005).


Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: October 1, 2007

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