Trouble achieving your phosphorous limits ?
Nuisance struvite deposits causing pipe blockages and maintenance costs ?
Excess usage of chemical elements like lime and alum leading to higher operations cost ?
Phosphorus – usually in the form of phosphates – comes from sources such as human and animal waste, detergents and food residue. It has to be treated and reduced from the wastewater in order to meet environmental standards before it is discharged into a local water body, or land irrigation.
There are two methods of removing phosphorus from wastewater: biological removal and chemical removal. Establishing and maintaining biological conditions for effective and continuous biological phosphorus removal can be quite challenging.
AMALGAM boosts this biological phosphate removal while at the same time capturing the excess phosphate within the sludge, which is beneficial for composting of solid waste.
AMALGAM is a formulation of magnesium hydroxide liquid that targets phosphate while improving pH and organics removal within the wastewater treatment plant.Find out more
A much simpler method of removing phosphorus is to dose AMALGAM into the wastewater.
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