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Paper Title :
Assessment of Management Tools for Sustainable Development of a Megacity on the Example of Environmental Monitoring of Sewage Treatment Facilities

Author :Natalia Tyushkova

Article Citation :Natalia Tyushkova , (2017 ) " Assessment of Management Tools for Sustainable Development of a Megacity on the Example of Environmental Monitoring of Sewage Treatment Facilities " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 1-5, Volume-3,Issue-7

Abstract : In Moscow, one of the largest cities in Russia, it is extremely important and necessary to improve the technology of wastewater treatment. The capital has two major water treatment plants: Kuryanovskiy and Lyuberetskiy sewage treatment facilities (STFK, STFL), which are among the largest in Europe, taking about three million cubic meters of sewage per day. In modern conditions, when the area for development inside the boundaries of large cities continue to use up, the problem of odors from sewage treatment plants and sewage pumping stations, takes urban significance. The paper compares different methods of calculation to determine the list of regulated pollutants: pollutants emission rate in the air depends on their content in the waste water, area of the open water surface, wind speed, flow rate of aerating air. Therefore, state owned organization “Mosvodokanal” pays great attention to reducing emissions of substances that have an unpleasant odor. .With that, for the first time in domestic and foreign practice, the STFK settling tanks utilized the original engineering development of floating gully covers on open water surfaces. In total, 123.2 thousand square meters of open water surfaces were overlapped. Monitoring of these problems is the most important mechanism, which in many respects influences the speed of adoption of administrative and control decisions. Index terms- Methods of calculation of pollutant emissions, public ecological control, monitoring, waste water

Type : Research paper


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