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Triplepoint’s NitrOx Lagoon MBBR: A Video Case Study

A lagoon MBBR is a tertiary treatment process added to a lagoon system for the purpose of ammonia removal through biological nitrification. Our previous blog post, Lagoon MBBR: Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors for Ammonia Removal, explains the process in detail. … Continue reading



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Lagoon Aeration System Design: Individual Air Lines vs. Fixed or Floating Laterals

A lagoon aeration system will require some method to convey air from the onshore blower to each aeration unit. Two distribution methods are typical: individual air lines or lagoon laterals, either submerged and fixed to the bottom; or floating on … Continue reading



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Lagoon Aeration Retrofit: A Video Lagoon Case Study

A lagoon aeration retrofit can improve treatment and save thousands of dollars in energy, operations, and maintenance costs. Replacing a coarse bubble aeration system with MARS aeration maintains the mixing performance of coarse bubbles and combines it with fine bubble … Continue reading



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Lagoons Do It Better: Learn How at WEFTEC 2018 Booth #1217

We’re looking forward to seeing everyone at WEFTEC 2018 in a couple of weeks. We’ll be in Booth #1217 in Hall B2. Click on the banner at right and use our promo code, EVITES449, for a free expo registration. Stop … 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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Replacing Coarse Bubble Aeration: A Video Lagoon Case Study

Coarse bubble aeration for lagoons has fallen out of favor, mainly because of its inefficiency compared to fine bubble aeration. While coarse bubble aeration provides excellent mixing performance, it doesn’t transfer oxygen as well as fine bubble does, requiring higher … Continue reading



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Lagoon Optimization Training with Steve Harris Helps Lagoons Do It Better

We’re always a little disheartened when we hear of a facility decommissioning their lagoon in favor of a mechanical treatment plant. While mechanical plants provide excellent effluent quality, for the most part they can be overkill for a small town. … Continue reading



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Lagoon Surface Aerator: “A self-destructing piece of equipment”

The winter of 2017–18 is already one for the books, with record cold temperatures in the Midwest and eastern U.S., and snow as far south as Florida. So far, most of the western U.S. has enjoyed relatively mild conditions, but … Continue reading



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Top 10 Wastewater Lagoon Videos of 2017 from our YouTube Channels

Our previous blog highlights our most-read wastewater lagoon articles of 2017. Here you’ll find the Top 10 most-watched videos from our YouTube channels. Our TriplepointWater channel features case studies and product information. On our Lagoons Do It Better channel you’ll … Continue reading



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Lagoon Nitrogen and Lagoon Ammonia…What’s the Difference?

Whether your facility has a lagoon nitrogen (TN, TKN, or TIN) or ammonia (NH3) effluent limit depends on your local environmental regulatory body, your discharge parameters, and if the watershed you discharge to is impaired. So far, most lagoon permits … Continue reading



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