Water - April 24, 2013 -- Ammonia removal is one of the most important and difficult processes to maintain in wastewater treatment plants. It can be impacted by various environmental factors, shock loading, toxicity, and solid...

SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE YOUR EFFLUENT AMMONIA

Industrial Fluid Management

Ammonia removal is one of the most important and difficult processes to maintain in wastewater treatment plants. It can be impacted by various environmental factors, shock loading, toxicity, and solids loss. Success or failure of the process depends on the ability of microbial community to degrade ammonia, tolerate harsh conditions, and respond quickly after nitrification disruptions.

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