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In sum, this weak link in the urban water cycle was greatly affecting the lives and livelihoods of water resource users downstream from POTWs. BACKGROUND Figure 1-1 3 Simplified urban water cycle. Through the 1972 CWA, Congress aimed to remedy this situation by establishing a national policy requiring secondary treatment of municipal wastewater as the minimum acceptable technology, supplemented by more stringent water quality–based effluent controls on a site-specific, as-needed basis. 8 million people were providing only raw discharge or primary treatment of wastewater, a method that uses physical processes of gravitational settling to separate settleable and floatable solids from raw sewage.
In a sense, then, all the aerobic aquatic life in a waterbody is in competition for that limited amount of oxygen. In natural streams, there are usually no losers because dissolved oxygen is continuously replenished from the atmosphere at about the same rate at which it is used up by aquatic organisms. A problem arises, however, when large amounts of organic material from sew- B. EVOLUTION OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT 25 (NH3) Figure 2-3 General forms of reactions involving the breakdown of carbonaceous and nitrogenous organic matter.
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