Sustainable Solution for Phosphate and Ammonium Removal

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Over the past years, the ANAMMOX? system demonstrated successfully to be a simple and robust method for nitrogen removal, without the need of a carbon source and reducing energy costs by 50%. The PHOSPAQ process removes phosphate from the effluent by formation of struvite, which is a valuable fertiliser. The combination of these two processes is an effective and sustainable solution for removing N and P from waste water, at low total cost of ownership. How does it work in practice? This article takes a closer look at one of Paques? clients.

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