Epa Design Manual Odor Corrosion Control

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Corrosion control treatment

Corrosion Control Treatment

The 1985 EPA design manual Odor and Corrosion Control in Sanitary Sewerage Svstems and Treatment Plants states, 'Many different types Of linings and coatings have been used in attempts to protect pipe for cor- rosion due to wastewaters containing sulfides. Unfortunately, success with these materials has been quite variable.'