Predicting Losses of Phosphorus in the Humid Tropics Using a Modified Version of GLEAMS

A Natural Approach
Before the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan began, the Florida legislature established the Everglades Construction Project (ECP), a $708-million, 10-year program now being implemented...

Biological Phosphorus and Nitrogen Removal Utilizing Submerged RBCs and Intermittent Aeration

An Update on Full-Scale Step Feed Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) Applications

Feasibility of Land Application of Aerobically Digested Phosphorus-Laden Sludge: A Case Study

Tributary Strategies in the Middle Potomac River Basin of the Chesapeake Bay

Monitoring and Modeling Bio-Available Phosphorus in an Effluent Dominated River

Recovery of Nitrogen and Phosphorus from Anaerobically Treated Wastes Using Struvite Precipitation

Membrane Performance Evaluations on Secondary Wastewater Treatment Effluents

Biological Nutrient Removal from Dairy Wastewater

Nothing Wasted
Anoxic gas flotation (AGF), a patented system for anaerobic digestion of organic slurry waste, can recover as much as 85% of the phosphorus and 23% of the nitrogen in slurry waste, while...

Nutrient Management Planning in the Nanticoke River Watershed

Feasibility of Modeling Phosphorus Dynamics in Stormwater Wetlands
This research, underway at the University of Guelphs School of Engineering, studies the feasibility of modeling phosphorus assimilative capacity by stormwater wetlands in cold climates....

An Experimental Study on the Use of Constructed Wetlands for Stormwater Management
The purpose of this study is to compare the pollutant removal effectiveness of selected wetland vegetation such as cattails, reeds, and bulrushes by using laboratory bucket wetlands. Pollutants...

Cold Temperature Nutrient Removal from Wastewater

The Swinging Pendulum: A Receiving System Perspective

Effects of Whole Depth Aeration on Water Quality in Two Hypereutrophic Reservoirs

Modeling the Impact of Macrophytes on Instream Dissolved Oxygen Dynamics in the Pennsauken Watershed

The Importance of Sludge Age Control for Biological Nutrient Removal in the FGR-SGR Process

Volatile Fatty Acids Production Using Prefermentation of Raw Wastewater

 

 

 

 

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