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ERIC Number: ED016365
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Sep
Pages: 38
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Reference Count: 0
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A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF HOURLY AND DAILY SEWAGE FLOW RATES IN FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
FOGARTY, WILLIAM J.; REEDER, MILTON E.
A DETERMINATION OF THE HOURLY AND DAILY SEWAGE FLOW RATES IN FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOLS WAS MADE TO IDENTIFY THE FLOW CHARACTERISTICS AND TO PROVIDE A MORE PRECISE BASIS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF DESIGN CRITERIA FOR SEWAGE DISPOSAL FACILITIES IN SCHOOLS. WATER FLOW DATA WAS COLLECTED FOR 158 SCHOOLS AND SEWAGE FLOW DATA FROM 42 SCHOOLS. THE FINDINGS SHOWED THAT DESIGN CRITERIA IN USE IN MANY STATES ARE EXCESSIVE. THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA WERE RECOMMENDED--(1) SCHOOLS WITH CAFETERIAS SHOULD DESIGN SEWAGE FACILITIES FOR A DAILY FLOW RATE OF 9.5 GALLONS FOR 100 PERCENT ATTENDENCE, (2) SCHOOLS WITH CAFETERIAS AND SHOWER FACILITIES SHOULD DESIGN SEWAGE FACILITIES FOR A DAILY FLOW RATE OF 11.5 GALLONS FOR 100 PERCENT ATTENDANCE. A BIBLIOGRAPHY IS PROVIDED. (JT)
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Authoring Institution: Miami Univ., Coral Gables, FL.
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