News from Schwing Bioset

Recover Phosphorus from Waste Stream for Beneficial Reuse

 

Posted by Kelly Kramer

At wastewater plants utilizing anaerobic digestion, Struvite commonly forms and creates issues with pipes clogging and equipment being damaged as a result of scaling.  Additionally, tanks can accumulate Struvite, which requires periodic removal and creates an additional expense to plant operations.

Schwing Bioset Struvite Recovery Bio-Stru Product

Schwing Bioset’s Nutrient recovery system recovers Ortho Phosphate and Ammonia Nitrogen from wastewater while offering great benefits to the treatment plant, not only by significantly reducing phosphorus in the waste stream, but also preventing unwanted scaling and accumulations, and creating a valuable end product.  The phosphorus forms a stable Struvite crystal that can be marketed and sold for beneficial reuse, thus keeping excess phosphorus out of the local waterways and helping close the phosphorus recycling loop. 

The article, "The Six Natural Resources Most Drained by Our 7 Billion People," posted on The Guardian, discusses phosphorus and provides a resourceful link to learn more about this essential nutrient and it's role in food production.

To learn more about how Schwing Bioset can help your plant with Nutrient Management, visit our website, call us at (715) 247-3433, or email us at marketing@schwingbioset.com.

 

Nutrient Management Air Stripper Schwing Bioset 

 

Download Our Nutrient Recovery Brochure

 

 

Tags: Beneficial Reuse, Struvite Recovery, Nutrient Recovery, Phosphorus Removal

Phosphorus Removal and Nutrient Harvesting Continuing Education

 

Written by Eric Wanstrom, March 22, 2016

Schwing Bioset is pleased to announce the Schwing Bioset Phosphorus Removal and Nutrient Harvesting paper has received accreditation and official approval for continuing education credits in New York State.  

Schwing Bioset’s Nutrient recovery system recovers Ortho Phosphate and Ammonia Nitrogen from wastewater while offering great benefits to the treatment plant, not only by significantly reducing phosphorus in the waste stream, but also preventing unwanted scaling and accumulations, and creating a valuable end product.  The phosphorus forms a stable Struvite crystal that can be marketed and sold for beneficial reuse, thus keeping excess phosphorus out of the local waterways and helping close the phosphorus recycling loop.   

Engineers and operators can receive one (1) hour of CEU credits for attending a presentation on these topics.  Please contact us to schedule the presentation for your office or plant.

You can learn more about the NuReSys Nutrient Harvesting Process at the links below.

http://www.schwingbioset.com/struvite-recovery

http://www.schwingbioset.com/news/topic/nutrient-recovery

 

For questions or comments, please email this blogs author, Eric Wanstrom, call 715.247.3433, and/or visit our website.

 

Schwing Bioset Nutrient Harvesting

 

Tags: Wastewater Treatment, Continuing Education, Struvite Recovery, Phosphorus Removal, Nutrient Harvesting