Sewage Disposal in the United States

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D. Van Nostrand Company, 1893 - 598 páginas
 

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A Analyses of Water of Blackstone River made in 1887 1888 and 1889
43
MAINE
45
NEW JERSEY
57
INVESTIGATIONS IN PENNSYLVANIA
63
VIEW IN STORM OUTLET OF PROVIDENCE INTERCEPTING SEWERS
67
THE LAW OF THE SELFPURIFICATION OF STREAMS
69
CHAPTER IV
75
Analyses of Water from South Framingham Underdrain
80
MANURIAL CONSTITUENTS OF SEWAGE
82
DISPOSAL INTO FRESH WATER
86
PROPOSED MULTIPLE DISCHARGE OUTLET SEWER AT MILWAUKEE Wis
88
CHAPTER V
92
NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL USES OF A STREAM
100
CHANCELLOR KENTS VIEWS
107
THE PRINCIPLE OF PERMISSIVE POLLUTION
113
Daily Consumption of water in Cities of the United States with
120
THE USE OF WATER DOES NOT FOLLOW ANY Law
123
Increase in per Capita Consumption of Water
126
How to DETERMINE THE LAW OF INCREASE OF POPULATION
129
DIAGRAM ILLUSTRATING THE LAW OF GROWTH OF AMERICAN CITIES
130
Heaviest Rainfalls in 24 Hours at Cleveland O 1871 to 1892
135
THE TIME OF OCCURRENCE OF MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM Flow
137
A YEARS DAILY SEWAGE PUMPING RECORD AT ATLANTIC City NEW JERSEY
144
WATER CONSUMPTION AND SEWAGE PUMPAGE AT ATLANTIC Crty N J
147
CHAPTER VIII
150
Heaviest Rainfalls with Duration at Shreveport La 1872 to 1891
159
ANALYSES AND VALUES OF FERTILIZERS
160
MECHANICAL COMPOSITION OF MATERIALS USED AT LAWRENCE
166
MECHANICAL COMPOSITION OF SAND USED FOR FILTRATION AT THE LAW RENCE EXPERIMENT STATION
167
MR CHESBROUGHS CHICAGO REPORT
172
PROPORTION OF SEWAGE AND LAKE WATER IN THE CHICAGO RIVER
174
Total Average Daily Use of Water at Rochester N Y
175
THE MASSACHUSETTS SEWER ACT OF 1709
178
MAP SHOWING ORIGINAL BOSTON OLD SEWER OUTLETS NEW INTERCEPT ING SEWERS AND THE OUTFALL SEWER TO Moon ISLA...
181
VIEW OF Moon ISLAND STORAGE RESERVOIR BOSTON SEWERAGE SYSTEM
185
CHAPTER X
187
DISAPPEARANCE OF A PORTION OF THE NITROGEN
194
PRESENT THEORY OF NITRIFICATION
201
FLOATING ARM FOR DECANTING EFFLUENT FROM TANK
205
METHODS OF SLUDGE DISPOSAL
207
LIME AND COPPERAS
214
PURIFICATION OF SEWAGE BY AËRATION
222
BROAD IRRIGATION
225
PLAN AND SECTION OF RIDGE AND FURROW SYSTEM
226
RIDGE AND FURROW BEDS WITH CROPPING
227
CATCHWORK SYSTEM OF IRRIGATION
228
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM APPLICABLE TO LAND WITH A UNIFORM SLOPE
231
UNDERDRAINING
232
COMBINED PIPE AND OPEN CARRIER SYSTEM OF DISTRIBUTION
233
RESULTS OBTAINED ON THE APPLICATION OF SEWAGE TO MEADOW AND ITALIAN
238
ITALIAN RYE GRASS
246
EXPLODED OBJECTIONS
248
VIEW OF SEWAGE FARM AT WIMBLEDON ENGLAND
249
SEWAGE FILTRATION FIELDS AT MITCHAM ENGLAND
250
CHAPTER XIII
254
CHAPTER XIV
261
RESULTS WITH TANK No 1
266
PLAN AND SECTION OF FILTER TRENCHES AT LAWRENCE
271
EXPERIMENTS WITH FINE Soil
272
PERMANENCY OF FILTERS AND RENEWAL OF SAND
279
SNOWCOVERED SEWAGE FILTER BED AT SOUTH FRAMINGHAM Mass
284
Snow ON THE FILTER BEDS AT SUMMIT NEW JERSEY
285
SUGGESTIONS FOR COVERED WINTER ABSORPTION DRAINS
289
CULTIVATED FILTRATION AREA WITH ABSORPTION DITCHES LUTON ENGLAND
290
METHOD OF ADAPTING INTERMITTENT FILTRATION AREA TO CULTIVATION BY MEANS OF ABSORPTION DITCHES
291
CHAPTER XV
292
SETTLING BASINS AT WOOLLEN MILLS HYDE Park Mass
298
A STUDY OF PAPER MILL WASTES
299
SECTIONS THROUGH FULLERTON AVENUE CONDUIT
359
PLAN SHOWING LOCATION OF BRIDGEPORT CANAL PUMPING STATION
363
PLAN OF BRIDGEPORT PUMPING STATION
364
CROSSSECTION OF BRIDGEPORT PUMPING STATION
365
LONGITUDINAL SECTION OF SET OF BRIDGEPORT PUMPING ENGINES
366
SECTIONS OF CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS BRIDGEPORT
367
SKETCH PLAN OF SEWAGE PURIFICATION WORKS AT CONEY ISLAND N Y
370
SECTIONAL PLAN OF SEWAGE PURIFICATION WORKS AT ROUND LAKE N Y
373
HINGED SCREEN IN SEWAGE TANK AT WHITE PLAINS N Y
377
AUTOMATIC THREEWAY COCK FOR PERCHLORIDE OF IRON TANK
378
CHAPTER XXIV
383
MAP OF East ORANGE N J AND VICINITY
384
GENERAL VIEW OF SEWAGE DISPOSAL WORKS East ORANGE N J
387
VIEW OF EAST ORANGE WORKS SHOWING FILTRATION AREA
389
GENERAL PLAN OF East ORANGE DISPOSAL WORKS
391
PLANS AND SECTIONS OF EAST ORANGE CHEMICAL PRECIPITATION WORKS
392
EAST ORANGE SLUDGE AND SLUDGE FORCING RECEIVERS
393
Johnson Filter PRESS IN OPERATION AT EAST ORANGE
395
PLAN AND SECTION OF SEWAGE PURIFICATION WORKS AT LONG BRANCH N J AND SECTIONS THROUGH TIDAL CHAMBER
400
PLAN OF SLUDGE COMPRESSING APPARATUS LONG BRANCH N J
401
DETAILS OF SLUDGE COMPRESSING APPARATUS LONG BRANCH N J
402
DETAILS OF SLUDGE COMPRESSING APPARATUS LONG BRANCH N J
403
CHAPTER XXVI
405
GENERAL VIEW OF MYSTIC VALLEY Sewage DISPOSAL WORKS
411
GENERAL PLAN OF THE MYSTIC VALLEY SEWAGE DISPOSAL WORKS
412
CROSSSECTION THROUGH MYSTIC VALLEY SEWAGE DISPOSAL WORKS
413
CHAPTER XXVII
415
Plan or Sewage DISPOSAL TANKS AT WORCESTER Mass
432
GENERAL VIEW OF WORCESTER DISPOSAL WORKS
433
VIEW OF CENTRAL CHANNEL WORCESTER PRECIPITATING Tanks
434
CROSSSECTION OF New LIME AGITATOR WORCESTER Mass
435
CHAPTER XXVIII
441
PLAN OF OUTLET SEWER AT Fields Point PROVIDENCE R I
451
CHAPTER XXIX
456
PLAN OF DISPOSAL AREA HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE WORCESTER Mass
457
SCREENING TANK AND PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE AT PULLMAN ILL
464
CHAPTER XXXI
468
RECEIVING AND SEPARATING TANKS MASSACHUSETTS REFORMATORY
470
CHAPTER XXXII
475
PLAN OF DISPOSAL AREA RHODE ISLAND STATE INSTITUTIONS CRANSTON
476
PLAN OF RESERVOIRS AND PUMPING STATION SOUTH FRAMINGHAM Mass
485
SECTIONS THROUGH SETTLING AND FILTERING Tanks MEDFIELD Mass
491
CHAPTER XXXV
494
COLLECTING TANK AND PUMPING STATION HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE
497
CHAPTER XXXVI
500
CHAPTER XXXVIII
507
DETAINING TANK MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL FOR THE FEEBLEMINDED
508
CHAPTER XL
516
PLAN AND SECTION OF SETTLING TANK GARDNER Mass
517
CHAPTER XLI
522
VIEW OF SUMMIT FILTER AREAS FROM ROAD NEAR NORTHWEST CORNER
524
CHAPTER XLII
527
Plan OF DISPOSAL WORKS WAYNE PA
533
GENERAL VIEW OF DISPOSAL WORKS FROM NORTH SIDE OF CREEK
536
GENERAL VIEW OF WORKS FROM SOUTA SIDE OF CREEK
537
CHAPTER XLIV
539
PLAN OF SEWAGE FARM AT COLORADO SPRINGS COL
541
PLAN OF SEWAGE FARM AT TRINIDAD COL
544
SKETCH OF SEWAGE OUTLET GATE PASADENA CAL
547
PLAN OF SEWAGE FARM REDDING CAL
550
CHAPTER XLV
560
PLAN OF CHEMICAL PRECIPITATION PLANT CANTON O
564
ELEVATION AND SECTION OF RECEIVING AND PRECIPITATING TANKS WORLDS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION
566
APPENDICES
569
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE SANITARY PROTECTION OF THE WATERS
575
THE VIRGINIA ACT TO PREVENT THE POLLUTION OF POTABLE WATER USED
586
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