Wastewater is treated through several physical, chemical and biological processes that remove the solids and separate the water. The biological nutrient removal process in combination with anaerobic digestion is where high concentrations of nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorous are removed from the wastewater.
For more information on advancements in this practice, refer to information on the LysteMize wastewater treatment plant optimization approach.
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