ammonia stripping Articles

  • Ammonia Stripping And Integrated Fixed-Film Activated Sludge

    The Keystone Sanitary Landfill (KSL) is located at the Keystone Industrial Park in Dunmore and Throop Boroughs, Pennsylvania. The 618 acre landfill site was originally permitted for 5,000 tons of trash per day, and recently received a permit to develop more cells to extend the operation for another 25 years at 5,000 tons per day. Landfill leachate, an inevitable by-product of landfilling, is ...


  • Analysis and optimization of ammonia stripping using multi-fluid model

    Ammonia recovery from anaerobic digestion (AD) is a notably beneficial process for removing excess nitrogen, producing low cost fertilizer and enhancing odor abatement. A process was developed for nutrients recovery by integrating a simple and effective stripping process with AD system. To design, optimize and scale up this system, multi-fluid model was developed to simulate flow, mass transfer ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Innovative Ammonia Control case study

    Ammonia has increasingly become more of a regulatory concern. Ammonia emissions into the atmosphere have been linked to the formation of fine particulate matter, while ammonia emissions in wastewater are restricted because of the negative affect the chemical has on rivers, lake, and aquifers. Many sources of biofuels contain ammonia or can create ammonia during processing. The following case ...

  • Application of PTFE membrane for ammonia removal in a membrane contactor

    The feasibility of a membrane contactor system for ammonia removal was studied. The mass transfer coefficient was used to quantitatively compare the effect of various operation conditions on ammonia removal efficiency. Effective removal of ammonia was possible with a Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) membrane contactor system at all tested conditions. Among the various operation parameters, contact ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • TB 43: Efficient ammonia removal using modular liqui-cel contactors

    Ammonia is widely used in the Chemical Industry as a cleaning and bleaching agent in the production of fertilizers, plastics, and explosives just to name a few. As a result, large quantities of wastewater containingammonia are produced and many industries now have to treat the wastewater to remove the ammonia so that it is not discharged back into the environment. There are many conventional ways ...

  • Kinetic Evaluation of H2S and Ammonia Biofiltration for Air Emissions Control

    ABSTRACTTraditionally the control of H2S emissions includes direct air stripping, precipitation and chemical oxidation. In this study, low cost biofiltration using a natural media of wood chips and compost and a commercial biofiltration media were evaluated for the removal of moderate concentrations of H2S (up to 50 ppmv) at different Empty Bed Contact Times (EBCT) in the range of 10-80 seconds. ...


  • Using ‘TransMembraneChemiSorption’ (TMCS) for Ammonia Removal from Industrial Waste Waters

    Dissolved gases like NH3, H2S or NOx in waste water lead to contamination in the sewage system and high treatment costs for municipal waste water treatment plants. This translates into high penalty fees that are paid by the company discharging these contaminates into the sewage stream. In many cases a membranebased water treatment system can be justified because of a favorable pay back time. ...

  • Simultaneous regeneration of exhausted zeolite and nitrogen recovery using an air stripping method at alkaline pH

    Ammonium nitrogen recovery using natural zeolite from the permeates of anaerobic membrane bioreactors was investigated with batch and continuous experiments. Regeneration of exhausted zeolite was compared between mechanical shaking and air stripping, and experimental results showed the superiority of air stripping over the shaking. Liquid circulation and air flow rates were optimized in a ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The removal of ammonia from sanitary landfill leachate using a series of shallow waste stabilization ponds

    This study evaluated the efficiency of a shallow (0.5 m deep) waste stabilization pond series to remove high concentrations of ammonia from sanitary landfill leachate. The pond system was located at EXTRABES, Campina Grande, Paraiba, Northeast Brazil. The pond series was fed with sanitary landfill leachate transported by road tanker to the experimental site from the sanitary landfill of the City ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Sequential treatment of an old-landfill leachate

    This work investigates the performance of combined techniques applied to the treatment of an old-landfill leachate, which presents high salinity, low biodegradability (BOD5/COD around 0.05) and high ammonia concentration. Three sequences of processes were employed, including coagulation/flocculation, chemical oxidation, biological treatment and ammonia stripping. The association of ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • From Wastewater Treatment to Sweet Pineapples

    In wastewater treatment, ammonia that is removed from sewage used to be discharged directly to the atmosphere. Nowadays, studies have identified that ammonia emissions are of major concern to air quality. This has led to a new way of thinking. Sulzer offers modern closed-air-loop systems for wastewater treatment that transform ammonia into a common soil fertilizer. This reuse of a waste product ...


    By Sulzer

  • Enhancement of organic and nitrogen removal in up-flow floating filter media reactor for piggery wastewater treatment

    Integrated up-flow floating media system utilised sponge cube floating bed for microbial attachment and suspended solid clarification. The first reactor was operated under anaerobic condition where high organic removal of more than 85% was reached. It was followed by anoxic/aerobic floating media reactors or chemical coagulation/air stripping units. When biological post treatment was employed, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Anaerobic model for high-solids or high-temperature digestion – additional pathway of acetate oxidation

    Current anaerobic digestion models cannot properly simulate processes that are operated under high solids concentrations or high temperatures. A modification to existing models has been implemented by adding important missing degradation pathways, to accommodate these systems without artificially recalibrating the model parameters. Specifically, we implemented the alternate acetate oxidizing ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Treatment of wastewater from a low-temperature carbonization process industry through biological and chemical oxidation processes for recycle/reuse: a case study

    Low-temperature carbonization (LTC) of coal generates highly complex wastewater warranting stringent treatment. Developing a techno-economically viable treatment facility for such wastewaters is a challenging task. The paper discusses a case study pertaining to an existing non-performing effluent treatment plant (ETP). The existing ETP comprising an ammonia stripper followed by a single stage ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Three years of operation of North America's first nutrient recovery facility

    The first full-scale nutrient recovery installation in North America became operational in May 2009 at the Clean Water Service's Durham Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant in Tigard, Oregon. Recovering ammonia and phosphorus from the dewatering side stream as struvite has a positive impact on plant operations. Significantly reducing the phosphorus recycle lowers the phosphorus loading on ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Leachates: Technologies for onsite sustainable leachate management

    Municipal landfill leachate is characterized by high concentrations of recalcitrant organic compounds, ammonia, suspended material and heavy metals. As a result, leachate is difficult to manage because conventional forms of biological and chemical treatment are inefficient at dealing with such a diverse and complex waste stream. Because of widely varying practices in solid waste management, an ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Distillation of oil field produced water for reuse on irrigation water: evaluation of pollutants removal and ecotoxicity

    Desalination is one of the earliest forms of saline water treatment and it is still used throughout the world. In this work, a single-effect mechanical vapor compression (MVC) process was investigated to produce water for irrigation of non-edible cultures from oil-field produced water. Distillation was able to produce a condensate presenting very low amounts of 84 analyzed pollutants. ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Model 8 oil grabber® removes small amounts of oil from plant drain water

    Problem: Worldwide, Reichhold Chemical Corp. produces some 5600 products. At St. Helens, Ore., they produce three -urea, ammonium nitrate and ammonia. Plant drain water is discharged into the Columbia River, and although oily residues are minuscule because of a concerted program to keep oil off the floors, some is present - drippage from ammonia compressors, vehicles and machine maintenance ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • Biological Wastewater Treatment

    Untitled Document The use of microorganisms to remove contaminants from wastewater is effective and widespread. To choose the right system from the many options offered, ...


  • Treatment of Sludge Return Liquors: Experiences from the Operation of Full-Scale Plants

    ABSTRACTMore stringent effluent criteria with regard to nitrogen call for improved nutrient removal techniques in wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). Besides optimisation of the liquid treatment train of the plants, over the last years, attention has increasinly centred on the problem of return flows from sludge treatment. Depending on sludge handling and treatment, some 15 to 25 % of the ...

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