Phosphorus Removal – Tips for Operators, Trainers, and Design Engineers - Webcast Recording
06/20/2011 - 1:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
Stringent requirements for phosphorus effluent limits are quickly increasing across the country. Though phosphorus removal techniques are similar for all sized wastewater treatment facilities, this webcast focused on small wastewater treatment facilities (less than 5 MGD). Basic information and tips for operators, design engineers, and on-site assistance trainers were presented for biological, chemical, and biological/chemical methods to achieve low effluent phosphorus.
- Techniques and Tips for Biological Phosphorus Removal
- Techniques and Tips for Chemical Phosphorus Removal
- Biological/Chemical Methods to Achieve Low Effluent Phosphorus
- James Barnard, Global Practice & Technology Leader, Black & Veatch
- Paul Krauth, Outreach Coordinator, Utah DEQ – Division of Water Quality
- Brett Ward, Utility Operations Consultant, The University of Tennessee – Municipal Technical Advisory Service
This webcast was offered at no cost.
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This webcast was offered in affiliation with US EPA’s 104(g) Wastewater Operator Assistance Program.
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