Upgrading a Conventional Activated Sludge Process to BNR Within Existing Tankage
The schedule and timing of individual presentations within a session is subject to change based on the actual length of each presentation. Contact hours are awarded for attendance at the session and will be given for the actual length of the session.
Managing Principal Brown and Caldwell Walnut Creek, California
This presentation describes interesting design features to mitigate issues associated with wet weather secondary system capacity, BNR, nutrient removal, and hydraulics. In addition, an interesting method for starting up the facility will be described in detail, including issues encountered, solutions utilized, and lessons learned.
After participating in this session, participants will be able to describe alternative ways to operate a BNR facility to extend capacity.
After participating in this session, participants will understand the potential to seed a new BNR seed sludge in-situ.
After participating in this session, participants will learn about the impact of activated sludge processes on filterability and recycled water production.