Lagoon Ammonia Removal

Cost-Effective Lagoon Ammonia Removal

lagoon ammonia removal

Triplepoint has developed a proven solution to remove lagoon ammonia that can be installed at 2/3 the cost of existing nitrification options, while also as low maintenance as a lagoon.

New Lagoon Ammonia effluent permits are posing a challenge for wastewater lagoon systems, which were not originally designed for cold weather lagoon ammonia removal. In many cases, these facilities are unable to meet their new ammonia limits in the winter months.  Triplepoint has developed a proven solution to remove lagoon ammonia that can be installed at 2/3 the cost of existing nitrification options, while also as low maintenance as a lagoon.

Triplepoint has put its wastewater lagoon treatment expertise to work developing a new cold climate lagoon ammonia removal treatment solution. This Triplepoint solution adapts time-tested wastewater treatment technologies utilized across the world to the specific needs of lagoon systems. By designing it to work with your existing infrastructure, the new Triplepoint NitrOx™ reactor can effectively remove ammonia from lagoon effluents down to levels of less than 0.10 mg/L NH3-N at temperatures as low as 32.1 degrees Fahrenheit. All of this can be accomplished in a robust, low maintenance, and easy to operate system.

Read about our successful NitrOx lagoon ammonia removal pilot in DeSoto, Iowa.

The benefits of the new Triplepoint NitrOx Ammonia Removal Reactor are:

  • Remove Lagoon Ammonia down to less than 0.10 mg/L NH3-N
  • Maintain treatment in water temperatures of 32.1 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Cost-effectively retrofit your existing lagoons
  • A low-maintenance treatment system
  • Robust design that will last as long as your lagoon

For further information please complete our contact us form and we will keep you up to date on developments. If you would like further information on lagoon ammonia removal, download our Lagoon Ammonia Removal Whitepaper.

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