Testing of a 5-Stage Modified Bardenpho® WWTP

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by Roderick D. Reardon, Camp Dresser & McKee Inc, United States,
Stanley J. Keely, Camp Dresser & McKee Inc, United States,
Bruce R. Snyder, Camp Dresser & McKee Inc, United States,
Bruce Paster, Camp Dresser & McKee Inc, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Environmental Engineering

Abstract: The Eastern Service Area Wastewater Treatment Facility (ESA WWTF) is a 13.5-mgd advanced wastewater treatment facility employing biological nitrogen and phosphorus removal processes located in eastern Orange County, Florida. Rapid development in the County's Eastern Service Area has resulted in greater demand for wastewater treatment capacity than is currently available. To meet this demand, Orange County and Camp Dresser & McKee Inc. (CDM) initiated a study of the liquid treatment facilities to identify those elements limiting expansion and to measure the maximum treatment capacity of the biological process. The study covered the period from January through December 1988. The purpose of this paper is to summarize the testing program and to present some of the program results.

Subject Headings: Wastewater treatment plants | Biological processes | Wastewater treatment | Nitrogen | Sewage | Facility expansion | Phosphorus | Industrial wastes | North America | Florida | United States

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