Technical Assistance and Operator Training to Improve Total Nitrogen Removal in Connecticut
Abstract:Technical assistance and operator training can be a key factor in developing a successful process control program. This paper presents the process related aspects of a technical assistance and training program in the State of Connecticut to assist facilities to comply with the State's General Permit for Nitrogen Discharges. Three main areas were investigated; secondary clarifier capacity, nitrification and denitrification performance. Correlations between process theory and historical performance were developed and used to enhance process understanding and training efforts.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2010
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