One of the pressing issues facing wastewater treatment today is excess phosphorus. Due to its impact on ecosystems, the U.S. EPA continues to lower effluent limits for total phosphorus throughout the United States. To meet these lower limits, wastewater operators need reliable data to improve treatment processes and remove phosphorus as efficiently as possible.
YSI’s new interactive handbook, Phosphorus in Wastewater, is a comprehensive guide for wastewater professionals to learn about phosphorus removal strategies, treatment options, and how orthophosphate measurements can help monitor or control the phosphorus removal process. This 43-page online e-book also includes detailed sections on the different forms of phosphorus in wastewater, measurement methods, and instrumentation used for sampling or continuous monitoring. WW
YSI has a long history of helping municipal wastewater treatment facilities meet their treatment goals — from developing the first portable dissolved oxygen meter and manufacturing the golden standard for BOD probes to today’s IQ SensorNet system of sensors for water quality monitoring and control. Learn more at www.ysi.com.