Aquamonitrix® - Nitrite and Nitrate Analyser for Wastewater Treatment

NITRATE & NITRITE MONITORING IN 

WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS 

Aquamonitrix® nitrite and nitrate analyser for wastewater treatment plants

+ Control nitrous oxide emissions by using real-time nitrite ( and nitrate) data to improve process control in biological nitrogen removal

+ Reduce energy consumption associated with aeration by using real-time nitrate and nitrite data to improve process control in biological nitrogen removal and optimise ‘short-cut’ methods such as nitrite
shunt and anammox processes.

+ Respond dynamically to changing conditions in wastewater entering the plant.

+ Get instant alarms and alerts when effluent nitrate levels exceed permissible limits, so you are always the first to know about a pollution incident.

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Advantages for WWTP Nitrate & Nitrite Monitoring

GREEN HOUSE GAS EMISSIONS

Control nitrous oxide emissions by using real-time nitrite ( and nitrate) data to improve process control in biological nitrogen removal

REDUCED ENERGY CONSUMPTION

Reduce energy consumption associated with aeration by using real-time nitrate and nitrite data to improve process control in biological nitrogen removal and optimise ‘short-cut’ methods such as nitrite shunt and anammox processes..

IMPROVED EFFLUENT COMPLIANCE

Remotely monitor your WWTP, with 24/7 surveillance of nitrate and nitrite concentrations. Have the peace of mind that your treatment processes are performing within specification and the reassurance of knowing that you don’t need to go to site

YOU WILL BENEFIT FROM

A better understanding of real-time nitrate and nitrite dynamics as the intermediates in biological nitrogen removal (secondary treatment). This is the single most energy-intensive conversion in conventional wastewater treatment, and an enhanced understanding will enable you to reduce aeration energy requirements through better process control and  optimisation.

 

The drive to Net Zero 

In conventional biological nitrogen removal, highly energy-intensive aeration is required to convert ammonia to nitrate, nitrite and finally to nitrogen gas. 

‘Shortcut’ biological nitrogen removal (SBNR) reduces energy consumption

+ With the nitrite shunt approach  the ‘shortcut’ is achieved by stopping the nitrification process at nitrite, which is then reduced directly to nitrogen gas.

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Case Study & Webinar

Improving the understanding of the risk of nitrous oxide emissions through nitrite monitoring in activated sludge processes and final effluent

Improving the understanding of the risk of nitrous oxide emissions through nitrite monitoring in activated sludge processes and final effluent

Improving the understanding of the risk of nitrous oxide emissions through nitrite monitoring in activated sludge processes and final effluent Background Removal of ammonia is a primary aim of wastewater treatment processes. The chemistry and biology of the process is...

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