Alfa Laval - Video explains B.C. Wasteater plant


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The British Columbian Regional District of Central Okanagan has released a video detailing its wastewater treatment process at its biological nutrient removal (BNR) wastewater treatment plant (WWTP)...

...The Wastewater treatment plant runs wastewater through a control and monitoring flume. Before primary clarification, the wastewater is screened and degritted. The second process is an internationally recognized and called the Westbank Process and based on the 3-Stage Bardenpho with provisions for a Return Activated Sludge denitrification upstream of the anaerobic zone. Each bioreactor in the system feeds a dedicated secondary clarifier. Tertiary treatment happens before the treated water is discharged to Okanagan Lake...


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