A residential blackwater and municipal solid waste treatment system - safety issues and risk management
Wastewater treatment including domestic sewage has been given increased attention due to depletion of water resource and space requirements for solid waste disposal.
by A. Panikkar, Dr Surendra Shrestha, Paul Hackney, Prof Steven Riley
There are many factors to be considered in waste and water management, a significant one being pathogen content in blackwater and organic solid waste. Centralised treatment options offer better quality control on biohazard than decentralised treatment at domestic level, which needs indepth analysis of safety issues and risks. This paper describes aspects of the risk analysis and safety issues of a domestic waste treatment system under development at UWS. The system uses composting technology to treat domestic wastewater and solid waste. It is argued that biohazard risks can be managed at the domestic level.Get full article here [external link]
published: European Compost Network ECN e.V., ORBIT 2003 (May 2003), 5|2003
Keywords: Quality Management
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