Removing struvite from wastewater systems

Jan. 28, 2014

OXFORD, Pa. — This white paper details struvite removal with EWT.

OXFORD, Pa. — Struvite is a major problem for wastewater treatment plants.

Struvite forms hard, crystalline deposits on lines and belts, centrifuges and pumps, clogging system pipes and other equipment.

This white paper from Jan De Baat Doelman details how EWT can help with struvite precipitation.

Read the entire white paper on electronic water treatment here.

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