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INTRODUCTION OF NUTRIENTS REMOVAL TECHNOLOGIES AT THE MOSCOW WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES

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Abstract:

The introduction of nitrogen and phosphorus removal technologies is one of the main challenges of the Moscow wastewater treatment facilities development. Wastewater in Moscow significantly differs by the composition from wastewater in the cities of Western Europe and USA. The specific character of this water is the low concentration of organic compounds that considerably impedes the organization of processes of denitrification and biological phosphorus removal.

As a result of investigations at the Moscow wastewater treatment facilities, various flow schemes have been implemented and completed for biological removal of nitrogen and phosphorus. The schemes characterised by an enhanced stability to the fluctuations of input loading and providing a high stability of the effluent quality. A dynamic model OxiD that allows to calculate the dynamics of effluent parameters in real time mode has been developed for the operation of wastewater treatment facilities.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2175/193864707787977217

Publication date: 2007-01-01

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