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Nutrient Removal is a process used to remove nitrogen and phosphorus from wastewater before it is discharged. The rising concentration of harmful nutrient compounds – specifically nitrogen and phosphorus – in municipal wastewater treatment plant discharge causes cultural eutrophication in surface waters. Summer algal blooms are a familiar example of this eutrophication, and can present problems for ecosystems and people alike: low dissolved oxygen, fish kills, murky water, and depletion of desirable flora and fauna.
If you have high phosphorous or nitrogen levels in your waste stream please contact us and we can provide more information.