New one-volume format allows for quick, easy reference; WEF members receive discounted rate until October 7
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) has released a new and improved edition of Operation of Water Resource Recovery Facilities, MOP 11. As the industry’s leading manual of practice for utility operations, the seventh edition features a convenient one-volume format that makes it easier than ever to reference the latest guidance on procedures to ensure compliance and equipment efficiency.
Available for purchase online and in the WEFTEC Bookstore (WEF Plaza, Hall H, New Orleans Morial Convention Center), WEF members are eligible to receive a special discounted rate until October 7.
Published by WEFPress, a joint publishing venture between WEF and McGraw Hill, this seventh edition of MOP 11 reflects the operations model needed to be a utility of the future, with a strong focus on recovering valuable resources¾water, nutrients, and energy¾as well as updates that keep pace with the most current technological advances, including instrumentation & control systems and reporting requirements.
Key topics include activated sludge, anaerobic digestion, biological nutrient removal, chemical handling, dissolved air flotation, fixed-film processes, maintenance, odor management, and safety and security.