oxidation pond

oxidation pond

[‚äk·sə′dā·shən ‚pänd]
(civil engineering)
A shallow lagoon or basin in which wastewater is purified by sedimentation and aerobic and anaerobic treatment.
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China Nuclear Qiqihar Environmental Protection Technology Co Ltd has awarded the contract for the first phase of an oxidation pond deep processing project.
Characterisation of a diverse range of circular replication-associated protein encoding DNA viruses recovered from a sewage treatment oxidation pond. Infect Genet Evol.
Dried algae were used as a feed additive for tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) cultivated in a vegetable and fruit canning industry oxidation pond. After 3 months of cultivation, fish fed 3% dried algae had a higher (Pless than 0.05) fish survival rate and percentage weight gain than the fish fed only the commercial feed.
Since the fences had been breached, I rounded up the goat and the less skittish of the pair of sheep, and moved them to the enclosure around Loch Sims, our oxidation pond.
What's more, he said, it took North Little Rock 12 years to get a permit to operate the existing oxidation pond on White Oak Bayou near the Burns Park soccer fields, and a completely different type of permit would be needed for the type of secondary treatment facility that Little Rock needs.
These are installed upright over air headers along the bottom of a basin or oxidation pond.
He directed that the scheme in question be executed to divert this water to oxidation pond instead of its direct disposal into the river.