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Struvite Mineral Buildup Causes Reduced Wastewater Treatment Plant Capacity
In wastewater treatment plants with biological phosphate elimination, high phosphate concentrations occur in the digester’s anaerobic environment.
As a result, struvite (or MAP: magnesium ammonium phosphate) builds up inside the pipes, pumps and process equipment, causing problems including:
- Reduced plant capacity due to decreased flow through
the digester’s pipes
- Reduced dewatering efficiency due to increased water
bounding effects in the sludge by high phosphate levels
- Increased phosphate loads in the return liquor, which
leads to a less efficient phosphate-elimination process
and causes crystallization problems in pipes and pumps
How MagPrex™ Optimizes the Sludge Treatment Process Like No Other System
- Costly, recurring chemical treatments
- Phosphorus removal after dewatering
Unlike these other systems, MagPrex™ is a complete sludge optimization and phosphorus recovery system that’s installed between anaerobic digestion and dewatering. The boundary conditions for struvite precipitation are set by air stripping in the MagPrex™ reactor and the addition of a magnesium chemical product. This combination of biological phosphate elimination and the MagPrex™ system achieves unrivaled effectiveness in terms of wastewater dewatering efficiency and cost savings.
MagPrex™ Removes Struvite while Significantly Improving Efficiency
The MagPrex™ process has been designed to produce maximum return on investment and make a significant impact on your treatment plant’s cost of operations. The elimination of struvite through this unique process leads to a 90 to 95 percent phosphate reduction in the returned liquor (up to 15 percent related to the incoming P-load).