2 edition of Units of Expression for Wastewater Management (Manual of Practice) found in the catalog.
Units of Expression for Wastewater Management (Manual of Practice)
Carl E. Adams
October 1982 by Water Environment Federation .
Written in English
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A trickling filter is simply a bed of media (typically rocks or plastic) through which the wastewater passes. The media ranges from three to six feet deep and allows large numbers of microorganisms to attach and grow.
Older treatment facilities typically used stones, rocks, or slag as the media bed material.