Kruger Process Enhances Nutrient Removal In SBRs

A proven process enables treatment agencies to boost the capacity of sequencing batch reactors to remove ammonia and total nitrogen and meet tightening permit limits.
Kruger Process Enhances Nutrient Removal In SBRs
More than 50 municipal AnoxKaldnes systems have been installed in the United States and about 600 worldwide. Sequencing batch reactors are another treatment mode in which the media can be retrofitted.

Clean-water facilities face increasingly strict permit requirements, most notably for nitrogen and phosphorus. The cost to comply can be substantial.

Now Kruger, a Veolia business unit, offers the AnoxKaldnes Hybas process for sequencing batch reactors (SBRs). The company...

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