Stormwater Screening Meets Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive

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Stormwater Screening Meets Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive

Stormwater treatment and combined system overflows are surely a concern for municipalities. In fact, the effects of an unscreened storm water overflow can be disasterous.

In this white paper from Huber Technology, you'll learn how a United Kingdom system used the ROTAMAT RoK1 Storm Screen to screen storm overflows. The paper concentrates on screen performance, operating with incoming flows at 30, 45, 60 and 100 L/s, each with continuation/spill flow splits of .1, .2, .4 and .6.

You'll learn about the ROTAMAT RoK1 Storm Screen and see how it functioned in real-world scenarios.

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