SOME TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC CONCERNS RELATING TO SHIPBOARD POLLUTION ABATEMENT
Three questions related to abatement of pollution from Naval vessels are examined. Current candidates for shipboard sewage treatment application are discussed with respect to limitations of development imposed by technical processes utilized. Limited flush with incineration and biological treatment are judged ready for application with the latter method less desirable for several secondary reasons. Wet air oxidation is also considered a good candidate. Open ocean impact of oil and sewage discharge is the second area examined. The third discussion involves an examination of the economic factors related to contract sewage treatment and shows that it is most probable that the Navy can work with municipal authorities to their mutual advantages. Reasonable amounts of salt water do not reduce efficiency of biological plants of the aerobic variety.
Naval Postgraduate School1 University Circle
Monterey, CA United States 93943
- Rowell, C F
- Publication Date: 1972-12-20
- Pagination: 61 p.
- TRT Terms: Sewage treatment; Ships; Waste disposal; Waste management; Water quality management
- Old TRIS Terms: Sewage treatment systems; Shipboard sewage treatment; Waste discharge management
- Subject Areas: Environment; Marine Transportation; Vehicles and Equipment;
- Accession Number: 00044634
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: NPS-61RW72121A
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Sep 4 1973 12:00AM