Question of the Week: Comparing CWA Control Technologies: BPT, BCT, BAT, BADCT
- Conventional Pollutants – including biochemical oxygen demand, total suspended solids, fecal coliform, pH, oil, and grease
- Non-conventional Pollutants – including nutrients and phosphorous
- Toxic Pollutants – including organics and metals
- BPT – Best practicable control technology currently available
- BAT – Best available control technology economically achievable
- BCT – Best conventional pollutant control technology
- BADCT – Best available demonstrated control technology
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