Webinar: Case Studies: Struvite Recovery for Phosphorus Removal and Recovery at Wastewater Treatment Plants - Dec. 6
Join us for a webinar on Dec 06, 2016 at 12:00 PM Pacific
Sponsored by PNCWA Emerging Technology Committee
No cost for PNCWA members, PNCWA Section members, and WEF-UPP organization employees; .1 CEUs requested; $50 for nonmembers
Struvite, or magnesium ammonium phosphate, is a crystalline material that is often formed downstream of anaerobic digestion processes, where abundant nitrogen, magnesium, and phosphorus is present and pH is raised due to CO2 stripping, which results from pumping or other turbulences. Uncontrolled struvite formation is typically viewed as a maintenance problem; until recently, as technologies have emerged that precipitate struvite in a controlled manner to recover phosphorus, allowing the plants to achieve low phosphorus limits, and simultaneously remove a fraction of the sidestream nitrogen.
This webinar highlights and provides the updates on full-scale implementations of two representative struvite recovery technologies in the Pacific Northwest, the Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technology implemented at the Clean Water Services’ wastewater treatment facilities (WWTFs) in Oregon, and the Multiform P- Recovery System implemented at the West Boise WWTF of City of Boise, Idaho.
This webinar completes the side stream webinar series started in 2015. Continue Reading