Most meaningful projects typically take several steps to accomplish. Most rewarding responsibilities take some time, need a number of actions along with consistent effort. To succeed you should ready yourself well, set clear objectives, work effectively and persevere. in any case your plans here, don’t be expecting any exceptions to those requirements.
But it is not usually that difficult really, you simply break it into simple steps.
Here is how you can calculate trade effluent charges to the Mogden Formula by just taking five basic steps:
Step 1. acquire the water quality sample examination report data for your site for Chemical Oxygen need (COD) and suspended solids, and the release flow. This will be of vital importance because you will need to know this data for each sampling interval for an existing site release or to have data obtainable on this, to make a prediction of costs if your are going to successfully calculate trade effluent charges to the Mogden Formula. Be sure that you do not overlook or by-pass this step, because to have COD and Suspended solids data in mg/l to input into the calculation will be basic to completing this exercise, plus release flow (actual or estimated).
Step 2. Go to UK Ofwat’s website, or the website of you local water company to which the release will be made and download the current charging coefficients. This is often a basic step, so give it your complete attention. Here’s how to do it correctly. Decide whether you are a large or small discharger. All those needing to do this will most likely be categorised as “large dischargers”, so download those files and go by the files to extract the table of trade effluent charges from these files. Make sure they are up to date. They change yearly on 1 April. Exactly why you will want to do that is to ensure that you are using the right values to go into into the Mogden Formula for calculation of trade effluent charges.
Step 3. Create your own spreadsheet to carry out the calculation, or download a software application which will help you calculate your trade effluent charges according to the Mogden Formula. The reason for this will be to ensure that you don’t make errors. using a hand-held calculator, or doing the maths longhand on paper is possible, of course but laborious and all but the best of us at maths may make errors. Another reason is to avoid spending too much time doing this.
Step 4. Carry out the necessary calculations using the values you have collected before in stages 1., and 2., above to provide a value for the trade effluent charges to the Mogden Formula. To flesh that out a little bit, you will either need a hand-held calculator, a good brain for figures a pen and paper, or a software Mogden Calculator which makes it much quicker and easier to calculate.
Step 5. Having done the calculation, do check it carefully. You will have manipulated at the minimum 10 values during the calculation so an error is easily made. Additionally, you may wish to get a colleague to check your calculation for errors in addition. (It’s always hard to check one’s own work thoroughly).
Finally, when you have used the aforementioned suggestions faithfully, you can triumph over the difficulties and acquire your goals, together with the additional benefits in addition as the fruits that implies! Receive the accolades and admiration (and envious glances!). You managed to do it you now deserve the recognition! It was you that set out to reach your goal and you who succeeded! Now you may savor your achievement and enjoy it!
For those who got off track and failed to follow the above advice, ah well, “C’est la vie”. Not everyone succeeds, only those that plan for it…