Monthly Archives: November 2016

Winter Lagoon Operations: How to Prepare for Cold Weather

What does Old Man Winter have in store for us this year? The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts a weak La Niña winter. The eastern U.S. will start the season with colder-than-average temperatures until January, and a warmer-than-average winter overall. The western … Continue reading



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Wastewater Lagoon Mixing for Egg Processing: A Video Case Study

Lagoon mixing is a critical component of wastewater treatment: Robust mixing keeps BOD-consuming microorganisms in contact with the dissolved and suspended organic matter and prevents sludge buildup. Mixing is especially critical for egg processing wastewater, which is notable for high BOD and … Continue reading



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Lagoon aeration: Can you have too much?

Lagoon aeration is a topic we cover regularly, evaluating technologies, comparing partial mix vs. complete mix systems, troubleshooting low dissolved oxygen (DO) levels and the problems too little aeration can cause, like odors and sludge accumulation. But is it possible … Continue reading



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