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Across the nation wastewater lagoons are experiencing lowered phosphorus discharge limits. WCS’ pilot test has shown that a next generation Bio-Dome system can reduce total phosphorus (TP) to less than 0.5 mg/L with low capital and O&M expense. Introduction: Recently, wastewater lagoons are experiencing strict phosphorus discharge limits. Apart from nitrogen, phosphorus also causes eutrophication....

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Salt Lake City, October 16, 2017 – The city of Vernonia will install WCS Bio-Dome nitrification system in November 2017. Among other remediation options, including mechanical treatment systems, Bio-Domes were chosen based upon their proven performance, low capital and operating costs, and energy efficiency. The Water Environment Federation (WEF) and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)...

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Happy 12th Anniversary Bio-Dome/Bio-Shell! – Over 1600 Units in Operation in 20 Lagoons Cleaning Our Nationwide Water Supply Every Day!   Summary: The Bio-Dome/Bio-Shell has been successfully treating wastewater since 2004. The Bio-Dome/Bio-Shell is an aerated, submergible, fixed-film reactor capable of enhancing the treatment capabilities (algae, solids, BOD, nitrogen and odors) of wastewater lagoons without...

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WCS’ Bio-Dome® Received Best Practices Award for Achieving Nearly Complete Nitrogen Removal in NM What will you do when your lagoon receives ammonia and nitrate discharge limits at the same time? What is the solution to achieve near entirely nitrogen removal in the existing wastewater lagoon? Case Study: Santa Clara Pueblo, NM  Santa Clara Pueblo,...

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In wastewater facilities, odors are generally a result of insufficient DO (Dissolved Oxygen) and/or excessive organic loading coupled with warm water temperature. With low DO, treatment is most likely suffering, and a gas byproduct of anaerobic digestion (most notably H2S, the cause of odors) will be released. If picked up by wind, these odors will...