By W. W. Eckenfelder

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The Belle Haven area, all within Fairfax County, will be pumped from the Westgate plant to the ASA sewage treatment works. Proposed Project The existing trickling filter plant will be expanded to a 54-mgd physical-chemical plant to meet the specified requirements. Layout of units will permit ultimate expansion to 81 mgd. All of the existing plant units will be continued in service. The sewage characteristics are given in Table 1. le The current standards imposed by the Commonwealth of Virginia posed a new challenge in that no existing plant, including South Lake Tahoe, is capable of consistently meeting the required effluent standards.

2. A design rate of makeup carbon which will provide 20% excess capacity. 3. The quantity of carbon required in the basin at any time to accomplish the desired removal of COD is 2,120,000 lb. carbon. 4. The required depth of the carbon basins is 10 feet. 5. According to the treatability study, thirty minutes of superficial carbon contact is required to treat filtered wastewater with laboratory results showing the effluent quality with COD less than 15 mg/1 and B0D5 less than 10 mg/1. The carbon beds are moving bed up-flow design with exhausted carbon removed from the bottom by specially designed tube devices.

C. Wilson, "Capital and Operating Costs AWT," J. Water Pollut. Control Fed. 44, 1, 1-13, January, 1972. 18-22, 1972 PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL TREATMENT DESIGN FOR GARLAND, TEXAS Donald P. McDuff and W. J. Walter Chiang Forrest and Cotton, Inc. Consulting Engineers Dallas-Austin, Texas I - Introduction The City of Garland, Texas is faced with an expansion of wastewater treatment facilities. The objectives of the plant expansion are to increase the capacity from 10 MGD to 30 MGD and to provide treatment objectives of reducing both the BOD and suspended solids to a concentration of less than 10 mg/1.

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