publication . Article . 2017

Analysis of energy consumption at the Rzeszów Wastewater Treatment Plant

Adam Masłoń;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2017 Journal: E3S Web of Conferences, volume 22, page 115 (eissn: 2267-1242, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: EDP Sciences
Wastewater treatment plants can be classified as energy-intensive facilities, as they account for up to 35 percent of municipal energy consumption. Pumps and aeration systems consume a significant portion of energy within the wastewater plants in particular. The cost of energy consumption for wastewater treatment processes reaches up to 40% of the total operating cost. In case of the WWTPs with the activated sludge systems, about 50% of energy is used for aeration and mixing purposes. At WWTPs, energy consumption is often correlated with the magnitude and type of pollutant load, which can influence the treatment methods and technologies used in the WWTP. In many...
free text keywords: Environmental sciences, GE1-350, Engineering, business.industry, business, Operating cost, Aeration, Wastewater, Waste management, Energy consumption, Energy intensity, Activated sludge, Pollutant, Sewage treatment, Environmental engineering
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