Although the ratio of sewer systems to population in Japan has been improving in recent years, the construction of sewer systems in small communities such as farming or fishing villages, etc. had lagged behind that of urban areas. However, construction of small-scale sewer systems in farming and fishing villages has been actively carried out in recent years. This report explains the history of the promotion of small-scale sewer systems, why submerged filter beds are being employed in many cases, and introduces the design, operation and maintenance of representative waste-water treatment plants in farming and fishing villages which incorporate de-nitrogen and dephosphorization.
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Research Article| March 01 1990
Design and Operation of Small Wastewater Treatment Plants by the Microbial Film Process
Water Sci Technol (1990) 22 (3-4): 139–144.
S. Iwai, Y. Oshino, T. Tsukada; Design and Operation of Small Wastewater Treatment Plants by the Microbial Film Process. Water Sci Technol 1 March 1990; 22 (3-4): 139–144. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.1990.0194
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