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Lecture 3 - Wastewater and Waste Treatment Processes PIERO...

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P IERO M. A RMENANTE NJIT Wastewater and Waste Treatment Processes
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P IERO M. A RMENANTE NJIT Criteria vs. Standards in Water and Wastewater Treatment Processes These two terms are sometime used interchangeably. However, each one of them has a specific meaning. Criteria are requirements that a water source must satisfy in order to be used for a particular purpose. In other terms, criteria are specifications indicating the minimum quality level that the water must have to support a predefined use. Criteria are important in defining the characteristics of inlet water streams.
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