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This Dog Wags Its Own Tail: Uncoupling the Optimization of Treatment Processes and Energy Utilization
Author: Doug Schneider, Pervaiz Anwar, David Parry
Date: 10/86
Presented at the Water Pollution Control Federation 59th Annual Conference, October 1986

A treatment plant's primary mission is to treat sewage, not be an energy utility. Operation of energy recovery or production equipment should not influence process decisions. A separation example is presented.

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