Biological Phosphorus Removal Design Do you have an interest in the design of Biological Phosphorus Removal (BPR) systems? If so check out the new Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources web site (http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/org/water/wm/ww/biophos/backgrnd.htm). WDNR is using the world wide web to make available recently published research on BPR generated by the Ashland Biological Phosphorus Removal Study. You can now access Research Report 174 "Wastewater Characterization for Evaluation of Biological Phosphorus Removal." In addition, you can download the ENBIR (Enhanced Biological Nutrient Removal) computer design program developed by Professor Jim Park of the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Future offerings will include a report on a new BPR Potential Test and an evaluation of an intermittent aeration mode of operation in use at the City of Ashland. These materials are provided free of charge to promote the use of Biological Phosphorus Removal techniques as an alternative to chemical addition. The Ashland Biological Phosphorus Removal Study is the result of a partnership between WDNR, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the City of Ashland and was funded through a grant from the Great Lakes Protection Fund. Paper copies of the published reports are also available free of charge. For information contact Gerald Novotny at (608) 267 7625 or e-mail: email@example.com.
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