NEW HAMBURG WWTP – OPTIMIZED SBR TECHNOLOGY (DOING IT RIGHT!)
Abstract:The use of Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) technology is gaining in popularity within Ontario due to the flexibility of the process and ability to achieve stringent effluent criteria in a cost effective manner. There have however been concerns with performance of facilities where the SBR component was purchased as a supplier engineered package in isolation of the rest of the treatment train. This paper describes a case study where the SBR process was engineered into the overall treatment plant with due consideration to pre-treatment and post-treatment processes. The result was a high performance plant with enhanced operator flexibility and reliability.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2002-01-01
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