PD CEN/TR 16456:2013 - Characterization of sludges. Good practice of sludge dewatering

PD CEN/TR 16456:2013

Characterization of sludges. Good practice of sludge dewatering

Status : Current   Published : August 2013



This CEN Technical Report describes good practice for sludge dewatering and belongs to a series on sludge management options. It gives guidance on technical and operational aspects of: - conditioning, thickening and dewatering processes. Drying, which is another water content reduction process, is not dealt with in this document, but in CEN/TR 15473, Characterization of sludges - Good practice for sludges drying. This report is applicable for sludges from: - urban wastewater treatment plants; - treatment plants for industrial wastewater similar to urban wastewater; - water supply treatment plants. This document may be applicable to sludges of other origin.

Standard NumberPD CEN/TR 16456:2013
TitleCharacterization of sludges. Good practice of sludge dewatering
Publication Date31 August 2013
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)prEN 16323:2011, EN 12832:1999
Informative References(Provided for Information)FD T97-001-1:2011, EN 1085, EN 14701-1, CEN/TR 14742, CEN/TR 15463, EN 14701-2, EN 14701-3, EN 12255-8, CEN/TR 15473, EN 14701-4, EN 14702-2, EN 14702-1
International RelationshipsCEN/TR 16456:2013
DescriptorsAgriculture, Recycling, Energy sources, Industrial water pollutants, Pollution control, Waste disposal, Water treatment, Sludge, Sewage engineering, Sewage treatment, Sewage
Title in FrenchCaractérisation des boues. Bonnes pratiques pour la déshydratation des boues
Title in GermanCharakterisierung von Schlämmen. Gute fachliche Praxis der Schlammentwässerung
ISBN978 0 580 77059 3
File Size4.469 MB

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