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Title: Evaluation of the use of gamma radiation in sewage treatment
Authors: Bonhote, PA
Clouston, JG
Ford, GWK
Gregory, JN
Keywords: Gamma radiation
Waste processing
Physical radiation effects
Liquid wastes
Radiation doses
Issue Date: Dec-1974
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Bonhote, P. A., Clouston, J. G., Ford, G. W. K., & Gregory, J. N. An evaluation of the use of gamma radiation in sewage treatment (AAEC/E330). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission, Research Establishment,
Abstract: Literature evaluating the potential use of gamma radiation for the treatment of sewage is critically reviewed. It is concluded that irradiation treatment cannot contribute significantly to the improvement of conventional processes for sewage water recovery. Irradiation methods at present have no cost or technical advantage, and no proven biological advantage over known treatment systems.
Gov't Doc #: 544
ISBN: 0642996660
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