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Lagoon MBBR: Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors for Ammonia Removal

The lagoon MBBR, or moving bed biofilm reactor, is a proven technology for the removal of lagoon ammonia through biological nitrification. In this article, we’ll describe MBBR technology and how it’s been adapted for lagoon ammonia treatment. Then, we’ll explain … Continue reading



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Winery Pond Odor Control: A Case Study

A winery pond or lagoon can be an ideal treatment option for process wastewater because it is relatively low-maintenance, sustainable, easy to operate, and cost-effective. A pond with sufficient capacity can easily cope with the peak loads and changes in … Continue reading



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Most-Viewed Lagoon Videos of 2018 from Triplepoint’s You Tube Channels

Our previous blog highlights our most popular wastewater lagoon topics of 2018. Here you’ll find last year’s Top 10 most-viewed lagoon videos from our YouTube channels. Our TriplepointWater channel features case studies and product information. On our Lagoons Do It … Continue reading



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Efficient Lagoon Aeration: The AeroHub Fine Bubble Lagoon Aerator

Fine bubble aeration is a popular method of lagoon-based wastewater treatment due to its superior oxygen transfer efficiency. Our MARS aerator adds a coarse bubble static tube to fine bubble diffusers to combine that oxygenation efficiency with turbulent mixing. Sometimes, … Continue reading



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Lagoon Aeration System Design: Calculations and Common Pitfalls

To ensure wastewater treatment objectives are met, a lagoon aeration system design must be customized for its specific application. In this video, Patrick Hill outlines the facility details we use to calculate aeration requirements and customize a lagoon aeration system design. … Continue reading



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Lagoon Midge Flies: How to Control Chironomids and Red Worms

Lagoon midge flies, or chironomids, are common during warm summer temperatures, and swarms of them can drive local residents indoors. Midge fly larvae, or red worms, in a lagoon provide insight into lagoon conditions and their effect on effluent quality. … Continue reading



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Smelly Lagoon? Diagnosing and Correcting Lagoon Odors

Smelly lagoons have created the perception that wastewater lagoons don’t work and should be replaced with mechanical plants. Triplepoint HQ is six miles as the crow flies from the Stickney (aka “Stinkney”) Water Reclamation District, which serves the Chicago area … Continue reading



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Land Application of Lagoon Effluent: Pros and Cons

Land application is the most common disposal method for treated wastewater in the U.S., and the preferred method in many states. Land applying effluent can reduce demand for fresh water, provide nutrients to soil, and keep potential contaminants out of … Continue reading



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Duckweed Control in Wastewater Lagoons

Duckweed, or water lens, is a rapidly growing, invasive aquatic plant that thrives in wastewater lagoons due to the presence of ammonia and phosphorus, which act as fertilizer. Since summertime is high season for lagoon duckweed, it’s a good time … Continue reading



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