I have received a laboratory analysis report for effluent from my sewage treatment system and am wondering what the difference between BOD and COD is? Do I need to get both BOD and COD tested?
The last in our customer questions regarding Petrol/Oil Interceptors/Separators is; How do you calculate the size of a Petrol/Oil Separator needed for a site?
We still have a few more questions to answer as regards Petrol/Oil Interceptors (Separators), next up; What is the difference between a Class 1 and Class 2 Separator?
Following on from last week’s question on the difference between a Petrol/Oil Interceptor & a Separator, another customer asked; What are the different types of Petrol/Oil Interceptor (Separator) and what is the difference between them?
What is the difference between a Petrol/Oil Separator and a Petrol/Oil Interceptor?
- What is the difference between 'Effluent Standard' & 'Stream Standard'?
- What is an Aerotor and how is it different from a normal RBC (Rotating Biological Contactor) and who came up with the idea?
- Do you have any pictures of a sewage or a wastewater treatment plant that Butler Manufacturing Services worked on before and after an upgrade?
- When designing a Treatment process for a caravan park what Population Equivalent(PE) do you assign to each caravan unit?