NTMWD Biological Nutrient Removal Process Training - In Person

The intended audience of this training is North Texas Municipal Water District staff. 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.

This is a NTMWD Event!

Contact admin@weat.org for your own curated BNR course.


NTMWD staff receive Complimentary Registration.

Speakers include:

  • Ana Pena-Tijerina, PhD, PE, BCEE (Speaker)
  • Sherri van der Wege, PE (Moderator)

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