New project deliverables online!
Several new project deliverables are now publicly available for downloading on our website. A short description of each newly added deliverable is provided below:
- D2.1 – Advanced Control strategy for Nitrogen Removal discusses in detail options and performances of advanced control systems for biological nitrogen removal after advanced primary treatment.
- D2.3 – Process description for maintaining stable nitrogen removal using nitritation + anammox with MBBRs in mainstream water describes a technology for achieving stable nitrogen removal using the Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR). The deliverable provides an assessment of performance in large-scale prototype trials, including process stability at low temperature and measures to tackle loss of anammox biomass.
- D3.3 – Full-scale technico-economical performances of options for heat to electricity conversion in WWTP: This report summarises the work that has been performed in TEG (thermoelectric generator) development and deployment at the Braunschweig case study site, installed to boost the electrical efficiency of the heat and power cogeneration plant (CHP).
- D3.4: Recommendations for improved energy management at waste water treatment plants analyses optimal energy management and provides recommendations for highest return on investments for new technology or new operations concepts.
- D4.3: Operation and optimization of membrane ammonia stripping documents the operation and optimisation of membrane ammonia stripping.
- D4.4: Decision support for finding the appropriate resource and energy optimized SDE treatment technology describes a Decision Tool which aims to support decisions in relation to treatment plant layout and side stream treatment options for the sludge dewatering effluent for WWTP design and upgrades.
- Deliverable 5.2: Recommendations for WWTP operators, municipalities and WWTP technology providers willing to engage in renewable energy market: This report analyses the legal framework for marketing of renewable energy produced at a wastewater treatment plant for three different countries (Germany, France, Denmark). The analysis shows that there are large differences between the countries that have a decisive impact on the economic attractiveness of the different options.
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