Biological Nutrient Removal Process Training - In Person

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The intended audience of this training is plant operators of the City of Round Rock and Round Rock client cities. The outcome of this training shall be to give plant operators a deeper understanding and knowledge of why biological nutrient removal is important and the fundamental science behind how these processes work. The specific objectives for this training include the following topics;

  • Overview of why nutrient removal from wastewater is important
  • What are the nutrients of concern?
  • Nitrogen removal and the nitrogen cycle
  • Biological phosphorus removal process
  • Explanation of the different treatment processes available for BNR
  • Optimizing performance and troubleshooting within the Anaerobic-Anoxic-Oxic (A2O) process and operational key parameters
  • Calculations for nitrogen and phosphorus removal efficiencies such as hydraulic retention times, SRT, BOD/P ratios within influent, and internal nitrogen recycle flow rates.


Round Rock client cities; Cedar Park, Leander, and the City of Austin, receive Complimentary Registration.

Speakers include:

  • Perran Sean Hutton, P.E. (Speaker)
  • Ana Pena-Tijerina, PhD, P.E (Moderator & Co-Author)

Registration and Sponsorship


WEAT Member Registration: complimentary

WEAT Non-Member Round Rock Client City (Cedar Park, Leander, Austin) Registration: complimentary

WEATNon-Member Registration: $85 (includes 1-year WEAT membership)

Training Sponsorship: $300

Sponsorship includes your name and logo acknowledgment at the webinar, on the WEAT website, in the bimonthly TexasWET magazine, and on WEAT social media pages.

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