Wastewater Treatment Strategies for Biological Nutrient Removal of Nitrogen

Biological nutrient removal (BNR)  is the new standard for wastewater secondary treatment strategies. BNR involves the recruitment and growth of specific microorganisms that either convert or remove nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus. Nitrogen removal, specifically, can take many forms and requires precise control of the environment using sensors, aeration, and chemicals for success.

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In this educational webinar, we will discuss:

  • How nitrogen behaves in wastewater and why we want to remove it
  • Identify the optimal conditions required for nitrogen removal in each stage of the activated sludge process
  • Applications for online monitoring  instrumentation to help improve the biological nutrient removal strategy

Learn more about the IQ SensorNet online monitoring and control system.

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Additional Resources of Interest:

On-Demand Training: Applications for Monitoring ORP

Free White Paper Download: The Phosphorus Problem

8 WWTPs Improve Their Process with Continuous Data

Online Analyzer for Continuous Monitoring of Orthophosphate