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Oxygen Transfer Testing in an Oxidation Ditch Process

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Oxygen transfer testing was performed in January and February 2002 at the Eastern Water Reclamation Facility (EWRF) that is owned and operated by Orange County Utilities (OCU). Located near Orlando, Florida, the EWRF was designed as a five-stage Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) facility. It is currently permitted for a capacity of 19 mgd (72,000 m3/d). Oxidation ditch technology is employed for the aerobic component of the BNR process train. Low speed mechanical surface aerators are used within the oxidation ditches.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2002-01-01

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