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Control of Nitrification at Willmar, MN. John T. O’Connor Bart Murphy Tom O’Connor. Willmar Municipal Utilities - Water System Supt. of Water Bart Murphy - (612) 235-4422 Water Sources Southwest Wells, Northeast Wells Treat. Plants Southwest Plant, Northeast Plant

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John T. O’Connor

Bart Murphy

Tom O’Connor

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Willmar Municipal Utilities - Water System

Supt. of Water Bart Murphy - (612) 235-4422

Water Sources Southwest Wells, Northeast Wells

Treat. Plants Southwest Plant, Northeast Plant

Treatment Packed Tower Aeration,

Permanganate Oxidation of Mn,

Pressure Greensand Filtration, Chloramination, Fluoridation

Population 22,000 (1995)

Production 3.4 mgd (avg.) 6.9 mgd (peak)

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Willmar’s Tower Aerators

Aerated Water pH ≥ 8.0

Willmar staff have

developed a freezing

technique for cleaning

plastic media

in the tower aerator

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Willmar, MNpH = 7.5 ; Temperature: 5 - 15 °C

Source Water Alk.= 400 - 441 mg CaCO3 equiv. / l

Ca = 150 - 260 mg CaCO3 equiv. / l

Ammonium Ion 3.2 mg N / l (NE) ; 2.5 mg N / l (SW)

Iron Removal1.67 0.00 mg Fe / l

Mn Removal0.109 0.05 mg Mn / l

Lead (1992) < 5 to 43 µg Pb / l

Copper (1992) < 0.50 to 7.0 mg Cu / l

Corrosion Control Treatment:

Aeration to increase pH from 7.5 to 8.1

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Optimum Copper Corrosion Control Treatment (OCCT)

pH / alkalinity to decrease solubility of

metal carbonates, oxides

calcium to increase calcium carbonate supersaturation, deposition

polyphosphate to cause formation of phosphate films on mains and plumbing

silicate to promote formation of protective silicate films

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Copper Pipe Test Loops

and

Copper Pipe Test Sections

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MgO Columns

Copper Pipe Loops

Copper Pipe Sections

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The War Room – Studies were planned

based on the previous day’s results

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Control Strategy

• Control nitrifying bacteria in the distribution system.

• Control formation of nitrite during distribution.

• Control the loss of chloramine in distribution system.

• Reduce concentration of chloramine applied as a distribution system residual.

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Ozone Generator and Ozonation Pilot Plant

Oxygen Cylinder; Ozone generator; Pump, Injector and Contactor

Degassing Separator; Ozone Destruct Column (wall-mounted, black)

Two Greensand Filter Columns (black) in Series;

Clear Well (white)

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Well water has a slight yellow color, not evident unless

compared with ozonated and greensand-filtered water

Ozonation converts manganous ion to permanganate

Aeration precipitates ferrous iron

Aerated

Iron Oxides

Well Water Source

Ozonated and Filtered

Ozonated Permanganate

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Magnesium Oxide for pH Adjustment;

Acceleration of Kinetics of Ozonation

Oxidation of

Ammonium Ion by

ozone is accelerated

By high pH and alkalinity

The addition of MgO particles

provides pin-point regions of high pH

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Breakpoint Ammonium Reduction Treatment (BART)

Chlorine Injectors

for Increased

Application of

Chlorine Gas

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BART

  • Breakpoint Ammonia Reduction Treatment
  • Persistent disinfectant residuals
  • Suppression of nitrite ion formation
  • Avoidance of excessive trihalomethanes
  • Enhanced manganese removal
  • Reduction of true natural color = ozone
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