wastewater treatment and reuse in iran: situation analysis

Wastewater Treatment and Reuse in Iran: Situation Analysis

Wastewater Treatment and Reuse in Iran: Situation Analysis Massoud Tajrishy Associate Professor Environment and Water Research Center (EWRC) Departement of Civil Engineering Sharif University of Technology Tehran, Iran Tajrishy@sharif.edu Introduction Iran covers a total area of about 165 million hectares. 52 percent of the country consists

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wastewater reuse: potential for expanding iran's water

Wastewater reuse: potential for expanding Iran's water

The main construction and development of municipal wastewater collection and treatment in Iran relates to the Islamic revolution period in 1978. Now, Iran, with 150 municipal WWTPs, covers 23 million inhabitants and the total collected wastewater is more than 3.5 million m 3 /d.

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water use for drinking water and reuse of treated wastewater

Water Use for Drinking Water and Reuse of Treated Wastewater

Tajrishy M (2011) Wastewater treatment and reuse in Iran: situation analysis. Environment and Water Research Center (EWRC) – Sharif University of Technology, Department of Civil Engineering, Tehran Google Scholar

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iran municipal wastewater & sludge situation

Iran Municipal Wastewater & Sludge Situation

The first modern treatment plant in Iran was a relatively small WWTP in Tehran in 1962 and after that a large activated sludge WWTP was built in Isfahan in 1967 with design capacity of 145,000 cubic meters per day. REFERENCES 1-Environmental Criteria of Treated Waste Water and Return Flow Reuse No. 535, Office of Deputy for Strategic

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life-cycle assessment (lca) of wastewater treatment plants

Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Wastewater Treatment Plants

Tajrishy M (2011) Wastewater treatment and reuse in Iran: Situation analysis. Paper Presented at the UN-Water Decade Programme on Capacity Development (UNW-DPC) Workshop on Safe use of wastewater in agriculture, Bonn, Germany

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multi-criteria decision-making model for wastewater reuse

Multi-criteria decision-making model for wastewater reuse

Multi-criteria decision-making model for wastewater reuse application: a case study from Iran Article (PDF Available) in Desalination and water treatment · June 2015 with 1,049 Reads

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water management in developing countries: the example of iran

Water Management in Developing Countries: The Example of Iran

Wastewater treatment and reuse in Iran: situation analysis M Tajrishy Water quality in developing countries, South Asia, South Africa, water quality management and activities that cause water

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37. water reuse and wastewater recycling: solutions

37. Water reuse and wastewater recycling: Solutions

in 2026 (MoE 2009). In this situation, even if all water resources were utilised to their fullest capacities, the city would still be faced with a water shortage of close to wastewater treatment plants (WWTP), but the discharge of outflow Water efficiency is very low in the industrial sector of Iran, and water recycling : and reuse are

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farmers’ attitude towards using treated wastewater

Farmers’ attitude towards using treated wastewater

Farmers’ attitude towards using treated wastewater for irrigation: The question of sustainability the total rate of wastewater treatment is still low in Iran and wastewater reclamation programs are accounted for only 40% of the total domestic sludge M. TajrishyWastewater Treatment and Reuse in Iran: Situation Analysis. Environment and

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the estimation of per capita loadings of domestic

The estimation of per capita loadings of domestic

According to the latest report of the basic operational items of Tehran’s wastewater company [], a capacity of 675,000 m 3 /d had been allocated for the treatment of wastewater produced by 3,150,000 persons up to June 2014.This means that the per capita loading of wastewater considered by designers for the design of a wastewater treatment plant in Tehran, is about 215 L/d.

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vegetable farmers' knowledge, attitude and drivers

Vegetable farmers' knowledge, attitude and drivers

Untreated wastewater irrigation is a popular practice in developing countries, particularly those with poor wastewater treatment facilities. Whilst wastewater irrigation has harmful effects on the human health and the environment, little is known about knowledge and attitude regarding this source of water among farmers who use it as well as their reasons for irrigation using it.

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stakeholder participation in wastewater management

Stakeholder Participation in Wastewater Management

Alla, where a wastewater treatment and reuse project serves (13) communities with a total population of about (6000) inhabitants. The second trip was to the southern part of Jordan, Wadi Mousa, where a treatment and reuse project is in operation since 2001 serving three small communities. Two other field visits were

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research map-tanveer ahmed gadhi, phd year 2018 -2019

Research Map-Tanveer Ahmed Gadhi, PhD Year 2018 -2019

1- Development of Wastewater Treatment and Reuse in Al-Rahim Textile Industry. 2- Situation Analysis of Solid Waste Management at UEPL. 3- Eco-Innovation in Textile Processing. 4- Anaerobic Digestion of Textile Wastewater Sludge for production of biogas and biocompost. Research Map-Tanveer Ahmed Gadhi, PhD Year 2018 -2019 Targeting SDG 6.3)

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شناسایی عوامل تعیین کننده آبیاری با استفاده از آب چاه و

شناسایی عوامل تعیین کننده آبیاری با استفاده از آب چاه و

29. Tajrishy, M. (2010). Wastewater treatment and reuse in Iran: Situation analysis. Tehran: Department of Civil Engineering Sharif University of Technology, Sharif University of Technology, Environment and Water Research Center (EWRC).

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managing risks in advanced wastewater treatment plants

Managing risks in advanced wastewater treatment plants

Owing to stronger requirements for wastewater management solutions, stemming from physical, regulatory or reputational necessities, the next generation design of wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) will need to take account of water reclamation, energy conversion and material recycling as integral parts.

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applying the guidelines along the sanitation ladder

Applying the guidelines Along the sAnitAtion lAdder

1. Situation analysis and health target setting 2. Identifying and validating risk reduction measures 3. Implementation of measures 5. Verification 4. Operational monitoring • Map existing/planned wastewater use areas, practices and produce marketing network. • Assess extent of health risks (water quality, type of crop, exposure of farmer/

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the estimation of per capita loadings of domestic

The estimation of per capita loadings of domestic

The amount of wastewater characteristics loading is one of the main parameters in the design of wastewater collection and treatment systems. The generation per capita per day (GPCD) of wastewater characteristics was estimated by analyzing the monthly data of nine wastewater treatment plants in Tehran, capital city of Iran.

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farmers’ attitude towards using treated wastewater

Farmers’ attitude towards using treated wastewater

Farmers’ attitude towards using treated wastewater for irrigation: The question of sustainability the total rate of wastewater treatment is still low in Iran and wastewater reclamation programs are accounted for only 40% of the total domestic sludge M. TajrishyWastewater Treatment and Reuse in Iran: Situation Analysis. Environment and

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wastewater treatment plant site selection using ahp

Wastewater treatment plant site selection using AHP

method and GIS for wastewater treatment plant in Tehran, Iran. In the present study, distance from the sewage network, land use, population density, and wastewater reuse were chosen as main parameters. Final sites were chosen and compared using hierarchical analysis, fuzzy hierarchical analysis, and cutting-alpha methods. Ratnapriya and De Silva

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evaluation of agriculture soil quality by treated

EVALUATION OF AGRICULTURE SOIL QUALITY BY TREATED

recycling and reuse of domestic wastewater as a worthy option. The volume of domestic wastewater in Iran is more than 18 billion cubic meters and is expected to reach 40 billion cubic meters. The maximum ability of rivers to drain wastewater is six billion cubic meters, which is much less than the amount of wastewater produced in Iran.

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شناسایی عوامل تعیین کننده آبیاری با استفاده از آب چاه و

شناسایی عوامل تعیین کننده آبیاری با استفاده از آب چاه و

29. Tajrishy, M. (2010). Wastewater treatment and reuse in Iran: Situation analysis. Tehran: Department of Civil Engineering Sharif University of Technology, Sharif University of Technology, Environment and Water Research Center (EWRC).

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who guidelines for the safe use of wastewater excreta and

WHO GUIDELINES FOR THE SAFE USE OF WASTEWATER EXCRETA AND

Guidelines for the safe use of wastewater, excreta and greywater This edition of the Guidelines supersedes previous editions (1973 and 1989). The Guidelines are recognized as representing the position of the United Nations system on issues of wastewater, excreta and greywater use and health by UN-Water, the coordinating

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applying the guidelines along the sanitation ladder

Applying the guidelines Along the sAnitAtion lAdder

1. Situation analysis and health target setting 2. Identifying and validating risk reduction measures 3. Implementation of measures 5. Verification 4. Operational monitoring • Map existing/planned wastewater use areas, practices and produce marketing network. • Assess extent of health risks (water quality, type of crop, exposure of farmer/

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managing risks in advanced wastewater treatment plants

Managing risks in advanced wastewater treatment plants

Owing to stronger requirements for wastewater management solutions, stemming from physical, regulatory or reputational necessities, the next generation design of wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) will need to take account of water reclamation, energy conversion and material recycling as integral parts.

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the iranian water crisis - future directions international

The Iranian Water Crisis - Future Directions International

Given the lack of national management in the treatment of wastewater, and the potential for reuse which is both economical and environmentally more sustainable, treating and reusing wastewater, while addressing user inefficiencies, should be made a top priority in managing Iran’s water scarcity. Iran’s Water Outlook

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applying the guidelines along the sanitation ladder

Applying the guidelines Along the sAnitAtion lAdder

1. Situation analysis and health target setting 2. Identifying and validating risk reduction measures 3. Implementation of measures 5. Verification 4. Operational monitoring • Map existing/planned wastewater use areas, practices and produce marketing network. • Assess extent of health risks (water quality, type of crop, exposure of farmer/

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investments in wastewater treatment: the - fanack water

Investments in wastewater treatment: the - Fanack Water

Photo 1: A lecture on investment potential on waste water treatment and reuse in MENA, during the world water week. By: Rossella Messina Wastewater reuse is among the main alternatives to overcome water scarcity challenges and to meet the current water needs, and it was the theme of this year’s World Water Week organized by the Stockholm

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who guidelines for the safe use of wastewater excreta and

WHO GUIDELINES FOR THE SAFE USE OF WASTEWATER EXCRETA AND

Guidelines for the safe use of wastewater, excreta and greywater This edition of the Guidelines supersedes previous editions (1973 and 1989). The Guidelines are recognized as representing the position of the United Nations system on issues of wastewater, excreta and greywater use and health by UN-Water, the coordinating

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cost/benefit evaluation of wastewater treatment plant

Cost/Benefit Evaluation Of Wastewater Treatment Plant

In respect to the change of climatic conditions and glob al warming, the position of water sources in many countries is in crisis. Therefore, constructing sewage treatment plants is of the first priorities of developmental plans aiming at preventing from the pollution of water sources and reusing the sewage , bu t owing to investors’ insufficient awareness of the economic interests of these

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game over or play again? deploying games for promoting

Game over or play again? Deploying games for promoting

Worldwide, every year 525 000 children under the age of five die from diarrhoea. The simple act of washing hands with soap and water can prevent more …

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situational analysis of physico-chemical, biochemical

Situational analysis of physico-chemical, biochemical

Mohokare River, a major tributary of the Senqu-Orange River, is under threat of pollution from Maseru City, the most industrialised area in Lesotho. This study investigated the impact of Maseru City on Mohokare River by assessing the situational physico-chemical, biochemical and microbiological quality of the river.

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switch - managing water for the city of the future - lima

SWITCH - Managing Water for the City of the Future - Lima

Wastewater: 5.2: Use of urban water for urban agriculture and other livelihood opportunities: Lima, Peru: Reports: 2011: Analysis of treatment and reuse practices: Wastewater: 5.2: Use of urban water for urban agriculture and other livelihood opportunities: Lima, Peru: Reports: 2011: Situation Analysis - Annex 3 Lima: Wastewater

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