Part 1: Design Fundamentals for Waste Neutralization and pH Control
By Ed Helmig
Most engineers practicing in the water and wastewater field will become involved in a waste neutralization/pH control project at some point in their career. This is because water, wastewater, and some groundwater treatment processes frequently involve a pH adjustment step to bring the water into the range acceptable for use, reuse, and/or discharge. In addition, neutralization and pH control processes are required to protect downstream treatment processes and equipment; and along with equalization are critically important for the protection and stability of biological wastewater treatment processes.
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