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DWA-M 180E - Real Time Control (12/2005)

The Advisory Leaflet introduces the basic aspects of real time control to potential users and presents a sound level of knowledge to those planners, operators and administrations involved in the development of real time control systems. It aims to achieve the use of real time control as a potential alternative on a regular basis in future planning of drainage schemes. This includes simple local co... Learn More

ATV-DVWK-A 198 - Standardisation (4/2003)

This Standard is concerned with the definition, collection, evaluation and examination of data as well as with the subsequent derivation of dimensioning values based on these for wastewater treatment plants and drainage systems. Forecast data for various time horizons can subsequently be derived from measured data. With this Standard the objective is pursued, globally for all DWA Standards and Adv... Learn More

ATV-A 200 - Wastewater Rurally Areas (5/1997)

This Standard indicates possibilities for the economic realisation of an ordered disposal of wastewater in rurally structured regions. However, with all the currently discussed measures for cost reduction, the actual aims, protection of lakes and rivers and safety of local hygiene may not be placed in jeopardy. Wastewater treatment plants in rurally structured areas should not be planned, built an... Learn More

Flyer pump killer

Wet wipes clog pipes, canals and sewage pumps. Restoring the water flow is costly, not only in terms of money but in terms of labour, too. This need not be! The flyer raises the problem of wet wipes and gives clues of how problems can be avoided. Ordered copies of this flyer may also be provided with your individual address and logo imprint. For detailed information and conditions ple... Learn More

In Plain Language - Sanitation Systems

Whether climate or demographic change, rising commodity prices, water shortages or hunger in many parts of the world; all of these topics are of importance to urban water management in Germany. Is our current sanitation system able to cope with the a.m. developments and their impacts? In any event, this centralised system increasingly shows its limitations. It is inflexible with reference to chang... Learn More

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