In 2016, the F. Wayne Hill Water Resources Center (Buford, Georgia) experienced periodic episodes of increased phosphorus (PO4–P) breakthrough from its bioreactor basins (BRBs). This reduction in enhanced biological phosphorus removal (EBPR) performance resulted in increased reliance on metal salt addition to the mixed liquor and tertiary filtration influent streams. As a result, the ...
The areas of environmental science and environmental (bio)technology are broad, multidisciplinary, fast growing and extremely active. During the last twenty years, an overwhelming amount of data has become available and a panoply of discoveries has been made. It is almost impossible to keep up to date on current developments in these areas. Moreover, there is a definite need to distil the ...
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