Phosphorus Removal Processes

Phosphorus removal processes were used in full-scale applications in the 1970s. Since phosphorus is typically the limiting nutrient for algae growth, removal from point sources can potentially halt eutrophication. The phosphorus content of typical wastewater process bacteria ranges between 1.5-3% (on a dry-weight basis). However, the bacteria responsible for EBPR contain a larger amount (4-6% on a dry-weight basis). This section reviews the major biological phosphorus removal processes and discusses the advantages, disadvantages, and flow schemat-

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