Nutrient Removal Intensification Using MABRs: Pilot Study at Hayward WPCF
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Managing Principal Brown and Caldwell Walnut Creek, California
MABRs are an emerging nutrient removal intensification technology. This session provides participants details of a pilot-scale evaluation of this novel technology. Session participants will learn about the value proposition, operational challenges and results from an 22-month pilot study at the Hayward WPCF.
Explain the concept of a Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR).
Understand how MABRs can be employed to intensify nutrient removal.
Describe at least three facets of the MABR value proposition and explain key factors impacting MABR performance.