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Wastewater Pond DO: Where Did the Dissolved Oxygen Go?

A wastewater pond requires sufficient Dissolved Oxygen (DO) to satisfy Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) and Nitrogenous Biochemical Oxygen Demand (NBOD). Without DO, a pond can experience odors and high effluent BOD and can even go septic. Often DO problems can … Continue reading



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Lagoon Lemna: Pros and Cons of Duckweed in a Wastewater Pond

Lagoon lemna, or duckweed, has been a popular topic on our Lagoons Do It Better Facebook group lately. That’s because, like algae and sludge, duckweed is just one of those things that comes with the territory. In our latest episode of … Continue reading



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Wastewater Treatment Pond Odor Control for Spring Turnover

Unmixed wastewater treatment ponds can experience turnover in the spring, so it’s the time of the year when operators (and local residents) are most concerned about unpleasant wastewater odors. Although spring lagoon turnover and its accompanying odors may be normal … Continue reading



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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 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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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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Most Popular Lagoon Topics of 2018 from Triplepoint’s Blog

Now that 2018 is coming to a close, let’s take a look back and see which lagoon topics resonated with our blog readers this year.



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Winter Lagoon Optimization: Preparing for Cold Weather

Water temperature affects virtually every aspect of wastewater lagoon performance. As lagoon expert Steve Harris states in his operators’ guide, Wastewater Lagoon Troubleshooting, “Water temperature is a reliable predictor of water quality and can aid the operator in preparing for changes … 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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