A Condition Rating System for Wastewater Treatment Plants Infrastructures

  title={A Condition Rating System for Wastewater Treatment Plants Infrastructures},
  author={Altayeb Qasem and Tarek Zayed and Wang Zhichen},
Statistics Canada stated that the wastewater treatment facilities in most provinces are aging and passes 63% of their useful life in 2007 the highest ratio among public infrastructure assets. Currently, there is no standard condition rating system for wastewater treatment plants that give a specific rating index that describe the physical integrity of different infrastructure elements in the treatment plant and its environmental performance. The main objective of this study is to develop a… CONTINUE READING

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