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Composition of Urine, Feaces, Greywater and Biowaste for Utilisation in the URWARE Model

Jönsson, H; Baky, A; Jeppsson, Ulf LU ; Hellström, D and Kärrman, E (2005) In Urban Water report 2005:6.
Abstract
When analysing new types of sewage systems, knowledge is needed on

the composition of the different wastewater fractions. The computer model

URWARE, developed from the model ORWARE, is intended to analyse and

compare different wastewater system structures, e.g. to compare wastewater

systems where urine and/or faeces are source separated with conventional

wastewater systems, where the different wastewater fractions are mixed

with each other. To use URWARE for this purpose, knowledge was needed

on the composition of the wastewater fractions urine, faeces and household

greywater. Sometimes the compostable household waste is mixed into the

wastewater by use of a... (More)
When analysing new types of sewage systems, knowledge is needed on

the composition of the different wastewater fractions. The computer model

URWARE, developed from the model ORWARE, is intended to analyse and

compare different wastewater system structures, e.g. to compare wastewater

systems where urine and/or faeces are source separated with conventional

wastewater systems, where the different wastewater fractions are mixed

with each other. To use URWARE for this purpose, knowledge was needed

on the composition of the wastewater fractions urine, faeces and household

greywater. Sometimes the compostable household waste is mixed into the

wastewater by use of a food waste disposer and thus also the composition

of the solid compostable household waste is needed. Thus, the objective of

the present report was to collect the knowledge on the mass and composition

of urine, faeces, greywater and compostable household waste in Sweden. (Less)
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the composition of the different wastewater fractions. The computer model<br/><br>
URWARE, developed from the model ORWARE, is intended to analyse and<br/><br>
compare different wastewater system structures, e.g. to compare wastewater<br/><br>
systems where urine and/or faeces are source separated with conventional<br/><br>
wastewater systems, where the different wastewater fractions are mixed<br/><br>
with each other. To use URWARE for this purpose, knowledge was needed<br/><br>
on the composition of the wastewater fractions urine, faeces and household<br/><br>
greywater. Sometimes the compostable household waste is mixed into the<br/><br>
wastewater by use of a food waste disposer and thus also the composition<br/><br>
of the solid compostable household waste is needed. Thus, the objective of<br/><br>
the present report was to collect the knowledge on the mass and composition<br/><br>
of urine, faeces, greywater and compostable household waste in Sweden.},
  author       = {Jönsson, H and Baky, A and Jeppsson, Ulf and Hellström, D and Kärrman, E},
  institution  = {Urban Water, Chalmers University of Technology},
  issn         = {1650-3791},
  language     = {eng},
  series       = {Urban Water report},
  title        = {Composition of Urine, Feaces, Greywater and Biowaste for Utilisation in the URWARE Model},
  volume       = {2005:6},
  year         = {2005},
}