Phosphorus is a naturally occurring nutrient; however, excess phosphorus can upset the ecological balance in water bodies in algal blooms.
Phosphorus effluent discharge limits (often well below 1 mg/L) are in place at wastewater plants to decrease the amount of phosphorus being discharged into the environment.
Introducing Phend™ Ultra-Low Nutrient Removal Product
Phend™ Ultra-Low Nutrient Removal is a water-soluble rare earth technology for rapid precipitation of phosphorus in municipal and industrial wastewater facilities.
Nutrient pollution is one of America's most common, costly, and challenging water quality problems. Too much phosphorus and nitrogen when added to bodies of water can result in excessive algae growth with harmful impacts to drinking water, recreation, and aquatic life.
If you have questions or concern about the phosphorus discharge limit in your facility,
please contact us.