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What does BPR stand for?

BPR stands for Biological Phosphorus Removal


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The use of this type of reagent in these treatment plants can:-limit the proliferation of filamentous bacteria and therefore the phenomenon of bulking which they are responsible;-perform chemical phosphorus removal by precipitation phosphate ions, in addition to biological phosphorus removal.
Improvements will include installation of a 10-kilowatt solar array at the administration services building to provide a renewable energy source to offset the facility's power consumption; reprogramming of the plant's current Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition system to enable more accurate energy usage monitoring; installation of new aeration blowers, controls and power monitoring to reduce energy usage across the plant; and implementation of a new biological phosphorus removal process to reduce or eliminate the highly corrosive and acidic chemical ferric chloride, which is currently used to treat phosphorus.
Content Outline: Introduction Wastewater Characteristics Microbial Metabolism Determination of Stoichiometric Equations for Catabolism and Anabolism Measurements of Mass Transfer and Respiration Rates Kinetics Aerobic Treatment of Wastewater Loaded with Dissolved Organics Nitrogen Removal Biological Phosphorus Removal Biological Wastewater Treatment with Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal Anaerobic Treatment of Wastewater Loaded with Dissolved Organics Membrane Technology in Biological Wastewater Treatment Assessment and Selection of Aeration Systems Simple Models for Biofilm Reactors Modelling Activated Sludge Processes Processing of Water, Recovering of Materials and Treatment of Wastewater Integrated into the Production Process For more information visit http://www.