Instruction Manual Final

Instruction Manual Final - 1ST Layer 8 of dark, sandy soil...

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Failure to follow safety information can result in injury. When sign is present refer to safety information. Figure 2 Figure 1 1 ST Layer – 8 “ of dark, sandy soil 2 nd Layer – 5 “ of light, sandy soil 3 rd Layer – 7 “ of light, gray, sandy soil Soil 10 In. 2 In. Filter 10 In. Gravel 2 In. 3 In. Cement 1
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Table of Contents Safety and Precautions Pg. 3 Introduction Pg. 4 Materials Pg. 5 Assembly Procedures Pg. 6, 7, 8 Visuals Pg. 9 Operational Techniques Pg.10, 11 Appendix Pg. 12 Tips and Troubleshooting Pg. 13 Work Cited 4
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Safety and Precautions Safety goggles and protective gloves will be worn using all hazardous materials as identified using MSDS research 1. Global Rivers Environmental Education Network Water Monitoring Kit 2. High Nitrate Source- Miracle-Grow All Purpose Plant Food 3. Water samples, isopropyl alcohol, and Silicon Sealant Prepare work area 1. Makes sure work area is maintained per biosafety level 1 precautions 1) Minimize splashes 2) Decontaminate work surfaces daily with 70% isopropyl alcohol 3) Decontaminate and dispose of wastes at nearest waste management facility Standard Laboratory Symbols will be used to remind of a potential hazard When operating power and hand tools 5
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1. Keep all tools in good condition 2. Use the right tool for the job 3. Examine each tool for damage before use and do not use damaged tools 4. Operate tools according to the manufactures’ instructions 5. Never yank the cored to disconnect 6. Kept all people not involved with the work at a safe distance away 7. Don’t hold fingers on the switch while carrying tools to avoid accidental starting. 8. Disconnect tools when not using them Introduction Denitrification filters (phrased also as NO 3 walls) can be used to successfully reduce the nitrate levels in storm water and wastewater discharges. Carbon containing materials are mixed with heterotrophic bacteria (present in most soil) to cause the denitrification effect to occur thus reducing nitrate levels. Organic materials, such as sawdust are acetic acid, are used in these types of
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