Installing or increasing aeration in a wastewater lagoon is a common strategy to improve nitrification and ammonia removal.
BioCord™ Reactors are being installed in Northern Alberta, marking a significant milestone in a project to improve cold-weather performance for the lagoon system serving the Gift Lake Metis Settlement.
For those entrusted with the care and maintenance of stormwater management ponds, removing accumulated sediments is no small matter.
When choosing coagulants for phosphorus removal, it’s common to prioritize the cost of the chemical as a key factor in the decision-making process.
Removing accumulated sludge from a lagoon system is a fast, cost-effective way to restore treatment capacity and performance. But, a successful lagoon desludging project requires thoughtful planning and careful execution to sidestep potential pitfalls that could escalate costs and slow down production.
You’ve probably heard of future proofing for things like communication networks, buildings, and energy infrastructure, but what about wastewater treatment lagoons?
When it comes to building a successful clean-tech company, technical skills are typically thought to be the most desirable trait for new hires. However, according to Kevin Bossy, CEO of Bishop Water, while technical skills are important, it’s heart and desire that help find new innovations and really engage with customers.
Gravity or pressure—which is more efficient when dewatering wastewater sludge? Both are proven methods to remove water from slurry and produce a cake that can be handled for disposal or land application.
VEPAS eliminates many of the components in mechanical polymer systems that take so much time to clean, like mixers and aging tanks.
Removing accumulated sludge from a lagoon system is a fast, cost-effective way to restore treatment capacity and performance.