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The MCG had claimed that the Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) limit had come down from 45 mg/ l to 9.
A sophisticated biological ecosystem enables longer biomass retention time and results in highly efficient biological oxygen demand (BOD) removal with low sludge production.
Incubators refrigerated biological oxygen demand (bod)
The Blackstone River is on the state's list of impaired water bodies owing to high biological oxygen demand and suspended solid readings, which come mostly from wastewater treatment effluents and urban runoff and heavy metals from industrial waste, according to Donna Williams, conservation advocacy coordinator at Massachusetts Audubon's Broad Meadow Brook Wildlife Sanctuary and Conservation Center.
The HiPAF system, working in conjunction with a tertiary sand filter, produces treated effluent with Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) level sub 10mg/l and Suspended Solids (SS) level sub 10mg/l.
These are organic pollutants, with significant chemical and biological oxygen demands.
A leading manufacturer of decaffeinated and specialty teas reduces biological oxygen demand (BOD) levels with a liquid solid separator.
DO meters can also be used to calculate chemical oxygen demand (COD) and biological oxygen demand (BOD), although titrators and respirometers are also often used for these applications.