School to Work

A close relationship with the University of Wisconsin helps Madison’s wastewater treatment plant find solutions to challenging problems

At a treatment plant that has been practicingbiological nutrient removal (BNR) for more than 20 years and enjoys a unique relationship with the engineering and soils departments at a major university, siloxanes and struvite probably don’t have a chance.

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