Assessing Upstream Process Changes with ATP Monitoring
While the Biomass Stress Index (BSI) parameter is most often used to reveal when a biological population has been subjected to toxicity, it can also indicate when an upstream change has relieved a stressful condition. In this month’s featured case study, a pulp & paper wastewater treatment plant made a change to its papermaking process that changed the properties of the wastewater treatment plant influent.
This modification had an unexpected benefit to the health of the bioreactor’s population, thereby boosting the population’s health and improving the performance of the wastewater treatment plant.
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