Improve Phosphorus Removal And Reduce Chemical Usage

Improve Phosphorus Removal And Reduce Chemical Usage

If you are using ferric or aluminum-based coagulants to remove phosphorus from your effluent, there’s good news. One easy switch can significantly improve your phosphorus removal and simplify your operation. You can probably make the switch using equipment you already...

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RE300, pH and Alkalinity

RE300, pH and Alkalinity

RE300 is a rare earth-based coagulant for use in water treatment. It is mainly composed of the ionic forms of Cerium (Ce) but can contain other rare earths such as Lanthanum (La), Neodymium (Nd), and Praseodymium (Pr) among others. RE300 is stable in a solution with a...

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Slash Sludge Disposal Costs

Slash Sludge Disposal Costs

Is sludge disposal disposing of too much of your operating budget? A 2016 report1 prepared for the Vermont legislature, relying on national level EPA cost analysis, “estimated that approximately 40% of a WWTF’s total annual operating cost is spent on solids...

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Control Of Algal Bloom In Wastewater Treatment

Control Of Algal Bloom In Wastewater Treatment

Fight The Bloom! When algal blooms strike, regulators strike back, drafting wastewater treatment plants into the fight. Drafted into the fight against Harmful Algal Blooms? The world’s water resources are being invaded and wastewater treatment plants are often the...

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Reduce pH Imbalance With Rare Earth Chemistry

Reduce pH Imbalance With Rare Earth Chemistry

Smarter Way To Reduce pH Imbalance: Rare Earth Chemistry Traditional wastewater coagulants are highly corrosive. They disrupt the pH balance of wastewater being treated; plant operators must restore that balance before discharge. That adds to the cost, time, and labor...

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