Nutrient Removal ARTICLES BY KEVIN WESTERLING

  1. Chemical Dependency: A Breakthrough Approach To Ultra-Low Phosphorus
    4/18/2013

    Until recently, chemically enhanced primary treatment (CEPT) wasn’t considered a viable option for removing phosphorus to very low levels — even less so when used with membrane bioreactors (MBR).  The trailblazing design of a new reclamation facility in Spokane, WA, has given new view to nutrient removal.

  2. Nutrient Removal: Is Bardenpho Right For You?
    3/22/2013

    The Bardenpho process is a popular choice for biological nutrient removal (BNR) of phosphorus and nitrogen, but it requires tankage that not all wastewater treatment facilities can accommodate. This case study details the process, the necessary plant parameters, and the performance of Bardenpho.