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Dr. Bhola Ram Gurjar is a full Professor in Civil (Environmental Engineering) and Head of Centre for Transportation Systems (CTRANS) at India's premier technological institution, Indian Institute of Technology - IIT Roorkee. He has also headed the Max Planck Partner Group for Megacities & Global Change at IIT Roorkee from 2006-2011. He holds a PhD in Environmental Risk Analysis from IIT Delhi, and has extensive industrial, teaching, training and research experience. His present research interests include megacities; air and water pollution; environmental impact and risk assessment; atmospheric emissions and climate change; and integrated cross-disciplinary study of science and policy issues of the environment, health, energy, economy, technology, infrastructure and resources - particularly from the global change, sustainable development and risk governance perspectives. Dr Gurjar is fellow and life member of several professional bodies and organizations and also a member of editorial boards of four international research journals. He has more than 140 publications to his credit including eleven books as a co-author/co-editor. He has received several prestigious national and international awards including i) Advanced Postdoctoral Research Fellowship of the Max Planck Society (Germany) from 2002-2005, ii) 2004 START Young Scientist Award from the Scientific Steering Committee of the global change SysTem for Analysis, Research and Training (START), Washington, D.C., U.S.A., iii) UK-India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI) Fellow grant award - 2012 from the British Council Division of British High Commission, New Delhi, iv) American Society of Civil Engineers' 2014 ASCE State of the Art of Civil Engineering Award for "Climate Change Modeling, Mitigation, and Adaptation", and v) National Design Award in Environmental Engineering - 2011 and Eminent Environmental Engineer for the year 2015 conferred by The Institution of Engineers (India)'s National Design and Research Forum (NDRF) and the Environmental Division Board (EDB), respectively. Dr. Vinay Kumar Tyagi is a Researcher at Nanyang Environment and Water Research Institute (NEWRI), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore University. His research interest includes municipal wastewater treatment, advanced technologies for sludge pretreatment, biomass to bioenergy recovery and health related water microbiology. Dr. Tyagi has published two-digit refereed articles at SCI journals in the past several years. He has more than 90 publications to his credit including thirteen book chapters and manuals. Dr. Tyagi's research achievement has been receiving many academic honors, including: (a) Outstanding Review Contribution, Elsevier; (b) research articles are enlisted among the Top 1% of highly cited papers of the academic field of Engineering worldwide, as well as few of them listed in the most downloaded articles; (c) Postdoctoral Fellowships in Taiwan, Spain, Japan, South Africa & South Korea. Dr. Tyagi is fellow and life member of several professional bodies and organizations. He is an active Reviewer of more than 50 International Peer Reviewed Journals. Dr. Tyagi has a wide international research exposure of working earlier in Taiwan, Spain and Japan in various environmental research domains of wastewater (municipal & industrial), sludge and municipal solid waste management.
Introduction 1. Sludge: An Overview 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Sources of Sludge 1.3 Sludge Categorisation 1.4 Sludge Characteristics 1.5 Sludge Characterisation Parameters 1.6 Moisture Content of Sludge 1.7 Sludge Generation 2 Pumping of Sludge 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Sludge-flow Characteristics 2.3 Sludge Piping 2.4 Sludge Head-loss 2.5 Power Requirement 2.6 Sludge Pumps 2.7 Pumps for Different Types of Sludge 2.8 Controls 3. Treatment of Sludge 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Definitions 3.3 Methods of Sludge Treatment 3.4 Flow-sheets of Sludge Treatment 3.5 Preliminary Treatments 4. Thickening of Sludge 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Operational Principles 4.3 Descriptions 4.4 Sludge-thickening at Small Plants 4.5 Benefits of Sludge Thickening 5. Sludge Conditioning 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Chemical Conditioning 5.3 Thermal Conditioning 5.4 Freeze-thaw Conditioning 5.5 Conditioning Process Optimisation 5.6 Factors Affecting Sludge Conditioning 6. Sludge Dewatering 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Controlling Factors 6.3 Natural Methods 6.4 Mechanical Methods 6.5 Sludge Dewatering at Small Plants 7. Biological Stabilisation of Sludge 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Sludge Digestion 7.3 Anaerobic Digestion Process 7.4 Aerobic Digestion Process 7.5 Process Advancements 7.6 Sludge Composting 8. Non-Biological Sludge Stabilisation 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Thermal Treatment 8.3 Alkaline Stabilisation 8.4 Chlorine Oxidation Process 8.5 Advancement in Physicochemical Methods 9. Sludge Stabilisation at Small Works 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Governing Factors 9.3 Process Types 10. Sludge Minimisation Technologies 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Treatment in Wastewater Line 10.3 Process in the Sludge Line 10.4 Processes in the Final Waste Line 11. Sludge Disinfection and Thermal Drying Processes 11.1 Disinfection of Sludge 11.2 Thermal Drying of Sludge 12. Thermal Treatment and Sludge Disposal 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Process Types 12.3 Thermal Processes 12.4 Process Advancements 13. Sludge Disposal Methods, Problems and Solutions 13.1 Introduction 13.2 Sludge Disposal Problems and Solutions 13.3 Relevant Case Studies 13.4 Summary 14. Energy and Resource Recovery from Sludge 14.1 Introduction 14.2 Characteristics of Sludge 14.3 Construction Material 14.4 Nutrients 14.5 Heavy Metals 14.6 Biofuels 14.7 Electricity 14.8 Protein and Enzymes 14.9 Beneficial Reuse of Sludge across the Globe 14.10 Techno-economic and Social Feasibility 14.11 Summary Problems Concluding Remarks References Index