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DWA-A 100E - Urban Drainage (12/2006)

As a framework of action concerning the detailed regulations for urban drainage, this Standard is intended to Learn More

DWA-M 153 - Action for Dealing Stormwater (8/2007)

This DWA-Guideline includes recommendations how to treat rainwater quantitatively and qualitatively in modified drainage patterns or serperate sewerage systems. It analyzes and structures complexe correlations as follows: - pollution and quantity of rainwater regarding to utilisation and pavement of origin surface, - protection requirement of groundwater, - protection requireme... Learn More

DWA-A 138E - Facilities for Percipitation (4/2005)

The Standard ATV-A-138 dated January 1990 has been revised and increased it considerably in the area of application. In addition the symbols used have been matched to those in Standard ATV-DVWK-A 198 published in April 2003. The recording of all surfaces providing runoff in one standard with notes on special regulations enables a comparable taking into account of the demands of soil and water poll... Learn More

DWA-A 272 - New Alternative Sanitation (6/2014)

In recent years, numerous research and demonstration projects have been carried out at national and international level in the field of new urban water infrastructure systems, leading to new insights and technical concepts. Background of this work are in particular the emerging changes in key framework conditions for water infrastructure, including additional requirements from the point of ... Learn More

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 134 - Pumping Stations (6/2000)

The paperback is out of stock, but the e-book is still available. The pumping station, with the discharge of wastewater, has its particular significance in that, through the avoidance of too deep a position, it can improve the economic efficiency of a drainage system. It is extensively independent of topographical conditions and makes it possible to feed effluents into receiving waters and sewers... Learn More

New Alternative Sanitation Systems (2016)

The solution of water management tasks increasingly requires to search and implement new and innovative concepts. These include in particular the ecological, circular economy based systems for wastewater management. Wastewater and human excreta are considered as valuable material that can be processed and recovered to the extent required. Thus prepared they can be utilized accordingly. The stormwa... Learn More

Learning cards wastewater treatment

Take-with-knowledge” for trainees!A set of learning cards (63 cards, size A7) showing the most fundamental process sequences of wastewater treatment. On the back of these learning cards, all of the important information like guide values or calculation formulas is given.Learning with fun and effortless ease!Specially designed cards show the stations of wastewater treatment respectively the stati... Learn More

ATV-DVWK-M 362-2E- Dredged Material (10/2004)

The case studies introduced describe possibilities of avoidance, restorage, usage, storage in water bodies and on land as well as reconditioning, recycling and finally disposal of dredged material from inland water bodies which are implemented in practice. Special focus was put on dredged material from water bodies of the the German Federal states and municipalities as exemplified with the ... Learn More

DWA-A 118 - Hidraulicko projektovanje (3/2012)

This DWA Standard concerns the dimensioning and verification of drain and sewer systems, which are mainly operated as gravity systems and which serve for the discharge of domestic and industrial wastewater, surface water and combined wastewater. It contains guidance for determining the quantities of wastewater to be discharged, taking into account both the replanning and the recalculation of exist... Learn More

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