E-Book | October 12, 2022

Nutrient Removal And Management

Source: Water Online

Nutrient pollution, triggered by excess nitrogen and phosphorus present in waterways, is one of America’s most widespread, costly, and challenging environmental problems. Although water resource recovery facilities (WRRFs) are not the primary culprit — pollution can occur due to land development, agriculture, aquaculture, and stormwater runoff — nutrient discharges from wastewater systems are being restricted at an increasing rate. The regulatory incentive is to reduce the formation of harmful algal blooms (HABs), which are a source of toxic cyanobacteria that can harm humans and animals in recreational waters and can also make its way into drinking water. The articles in this e-book provide insight into the worsening problem as well as cost-effective strategies to deal with it.

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