Environmental Health: Local To Global: Module 4 Quiz

Environmental Health: Local To Global: Module 4 Quiz

Question 1

A combined sewer overflow is designed to handle __________.
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both the water flushed down toilets and other household wastewater

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the overflow of pretreated industrial wastes

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peaks in wastewater flow caused by surface runoff

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Question 2

 

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A septic system consists of a septic tank and a __________.
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leach field

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sludge digester

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trickling filter

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Question 3

Secondary sewage treatment is fundamentally a _______________ process.
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biological

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chemical

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mechanical

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Question 4

About __________ of treated sewage sludge in the United States is disposed of by spreading it on land.
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25 percent

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50 percent

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75 percent

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Question 5

Potable water is water that is __________.
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available for human use within a given watershed

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considered suitable for use as drinking water

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derived from a sustainable source

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Question 6

Primary sewage treatment is fundamentally a  _______________ process. Environmental Health: Local To Global: Module 4 Quiz
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biological

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chemical

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mechanical

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Question 7

Metals present in municipal wastewater may still be present in treated sewage sludge; __________.
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dioxins may also be present in treated sludge, but pathogens will not be present

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pathogens may also be present in treated sludge, but dioxins will not be present

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both pathogens and dioxins may also be present in treated sludge

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Question 8

Currently, most human exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in the environment is through _______________.
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ingestion of food

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inhalation of indoor air

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intravenous drips

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Question 9

The most significant difference between untreated and treated sewage sludge is that most of the __________ have been removed from the treated sludge.
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metals

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organic chemicals

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pathogens

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Question 10

The term biosolids is sometimes used to refer to __________.
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manure collected from CAFOs Environmental Health: Local To Global: Module 4 Quiz

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scum (floating material) inside a septic tank

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treated municipal sewage sludge

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Question 11

The bar screen, grinder, and grit chamber are used in __________.
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municipal drinking water treatment

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municipal solid waste disposal

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primary sewage treatment

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Question 12

Some likely human health impacts of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) are suggested by their chemical structure, which is similar to that of _______________.
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human growth hormone

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neurotransmitters

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thyroid hormones

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Question 13

Exposure to byproducts of disinfecting drinking water with chlorine has been associated with increased risk of __________.
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bladder cancer

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leukemia

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oral cancer

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Question 14

21. Chlorination of drinking water is highly effective at killing __________.
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bacteria

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protozoa

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viruses

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all of the above

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Question 15

Which of the following are steps in primary sewage treatment?
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Bar screen, grinder, grit chamber, primary clarifier

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Settling, coagulation and flocculation, sedimentation, filtration

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Thickening and stabilization

 

Question 1

Trihalomethanes are __________.
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byproducts of drinking water disinfection

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common as indoor air contaminants from consumer products

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primarily a problem of medical wastes

Question 3

Secondary sewage treatment is fundamentally a _______________ process.
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biological

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chemical

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mechanical

Question 9

Historically, the use of chlorine bleach has made the pulp and paper industry an important source of __________ contamination.
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chromium

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dioxin

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polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)

Question 10

Which of the following are steps in municipal drinking water treatment?
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Bar screen, grinder, grit chamber, sedimentation tank

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Settling, coagulation and flocculation, sedimentation, filtration

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Thickening, stabilization, fluoridation

Question 12

Which of the following chemicals are widely used as flame retardants in consumer products?
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Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs)

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Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)

Question 15

Industrial wastes, if not pretreated before entering a municipal wastewater treatment system, may __________.
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cause damage to the municipal works

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kill bacteria used in wastewater treatment

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