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Treatment Facility Technologies and Costs for Phosphorus Removal. Topics Covered. Technologies Disc Filtration Ballasted Setting Continuous BackWash Filter Membranes Levels of Treatment Costs Sizing. Disc filter Applications. Effluent Filtration Water Re-use.

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Treatment facility technologies and costs for phosphorus removal

Treatment Facility Technologies and Costs for Phosphorus Removal


Topics covered

Topics Covered

  • Technologies

    • Disc Filtration

    • Ballasted Setting

    • Continuous BackWash Filter

    • Membranes

  • Levels of Treatment

  • Costs

  • Sizing


Disc filter applications

Disc filter Applications

  • Effluent Filtration

  • Water Re-use

  • Phosphorus Reduction

  • CSO/SSO


Disc filter operation

DisC Filter operation

  • Gravity Flow

  • Partially Submerged

  • Stationary Filter Discs

  • Automatic Operation

  • Continuous Operation


Treatment facility technologies and costs for phosphorus removal

DISC FILTER INSTALLATION

(Concrete)

Access platform elevation

Outlet weir

Inlet trough

Emergency bypass channel

Bypass weir

Filter effluent channel

Influent channel

FLOW


Disc filter performance t urbidity

DISC FILTER Performance (Turbidity)


Oconomowoc wi

Oconomowoc, WI


Oconomowoc wi tertiary polishing

Oconomowoc, WI TERTIARY POLISHING


Oconomowoc wi tertiary polishing1

Oconomowoc, WI TERTIARY POLISHING


Oconomowoc wi tertiary polishing2

Oconomowoc, WI TERTIARY POLISHING


Phosphorus levels technology

Phosphorus Levels & Technology

  • Coagulant

1.0 mg/l

0.50 – 0.30 mg/l

0.30 – 0.20 mg/l

< 0.20 mg/l

  • Multipoint coagulant addition

  • Assisted with biological

  • Coagulant

  • Biological

  • Coagulant and Polymer ?

  • Disc Filter

  • Coagulant

  • Biological

  • Coagulant and Polymer

  • Disc Filter


Treatment facility technologies and costs for phosphorus removal

VFD

VFD

Coagulant

Polymer

Solids

Static Mixer

Filtered

Effluent

Coagulation

(3 - 5 min HRT)

Flocculation

(3 - 6 min HRT)

Disc filter

Coagulation/Flocculation

prior to Filtration

Secondary Clarifier Effluent


Pilot study clinton ma march april 2011

Pilot Study - Clinton, MA (March/April 2011)

  • Disc Filtration used for total Phosphorus removal - <0.10 mg/L

  • Normal and Stressed Conditions

  • Ferric Chloride and Aluminum Sulfate Used


Clinton ma

Clinton, MA


Ballasted settling process chemistry microsand

Ballasted Settling – Process ChemistryMicrosand


Ballasted settling floc particle

Ballasted Settling – Floc Particle

~ 150 µm

Floc


Treatment facility technologies and costs for phosphorus removal

VFD

VFD

Coagulant

Polymer

Solids

Static Mixer

Flocculation

(3 - 6 min HRT)

Disc filter

Coagulation

(3 - 5 min HRT)

Ballasted Settling – Coagulation/Flocculation

Secondary Clarifier Effluent


Ballasted settling process schematic

Ballasted Settling – Process Schematic

  • High Rate Clarifier,

  • 30-50 gpm/ft2


Ballasted settling hydro cyclone sludge separation

Ballasted Settling -HydrocycloneSludgeSeparation


Ballasted settling caldwell id pilot study results extended run with ferric chloride

Ballasted Settling – Caldwell, ID Pilot Study ResultsExtended Run with Ferric Chloride

  • Bio-P Selector Bypassed

  • Influent Total Phosphorus Increased from 0.3 mg/l to 3mg/l

  • Achieve 70 ppb Effluent Total Phosphorus


Continuous backwash filter

Continuous BackWash Filter

  • Regenerative Adsorptive

    Column

  • Coagulant Ferric Sulfate

    or Ferric Chloride


Continuous backwash filter1

Continuous Backwash Filter

Biological

System

Secondary

Clarifier

Back Wash Filter

Headworks

RAS

WAS

Optional 2nd Pass

Digester

Solids

Dewatering

Reject Recycle


Treatment facility technologies and costs for phosphorus removal

CONTINUOUSBACKWASH FILTER

Clean Water

Rapid Conditioning

Zone

Secondary Effluent

Reject Stream

HFO

Sand

Grain

Water

PO43-

Particles


Continuous backwash filter2

Continuous backWash Filter

Fe

  • Hydrous Ferric Oxide-Coated Sand

    • Images from scanning electron microscopy

  • X-ray Flourescence

P


Continuous backwash filter3

CONTINUOUS BACKWASH FILTER


Treatment facility technologies and costs for phosphorus removal

Membrane Bioreactor

Treated water

Sludge

Water/Air

Flow

Membrane

Aeration

MEMBRANES


Membranes process

MEMBRANES Process


Treatment facility technologies and costs for phosphorus removal

1.5

1.5

Membrane

PVDF Membrane

)

2

/ m

Choice “A”

Type B

1

1

12

東レ

東レ

BF014

BF014

Number of pore (10

0.5

0.5

クボタ

クボタ

0

0

0

0

0.2

0.2

0.4

0.4

0.6

0.6

0.8

0.8

Pore diameter (micron)

Pore diameter (micron)

MEMBRANES

3.0 micrometer

3.0 micrometer


Treatment facility technologies and costs for phosphorus removal

MEMBRANES FLUX & PRESSUREComparison of Immersed Membrane Modules

Type B Flat Sheet

MLSS: 10,000 mg/l


Flat sheet membrane

FLAT SHEET MEMBRANE

  • 0.08 mm nominal pore size

  • ~15 ft2 (~1.4m2) per element

  • 5.3’ High x 1.7’ Wide x 0.04’ Thick


Membrane operating modes filtration and relaxation mode

Relaxation (Intermittent Filtration)

10 minute cycle: 9 minutes filtration followed by 1 minute relaxation and suspension of permeate (aeration is continuous)

Filtration

1 min

1 min

9 mins

9 mins

9 mins

1 min

Scour Aeration

MEMBRANE Operating Modes:Filtration and Relaxation Mode


Membrane tanks mbr

Membrane Tanks - MBR


Mbr bermuda

MBR - Bermuda

  • Operating since Oct 2009

  • 0.25 MGD

  • Gravity Flow Permeate

  • Membrane Thickening


Membrane tanks mbr1

Membrane Tanks - MBR

  • Two tanks – Five modules each

  • Membrane thickening: One tank, one module


Levels of treatment

LEVELs of Treatment

Approximate

  • Disc Filtration > 0.15 mg/L TP

  • Ballasted Settling > 0.06 mg/L TP

  • Continuous Back Wash Filter < 0.06 mg/L TP

  • Membranes < 0.06 mg/L TP


Which technology

WHICH TECHNOLOGY?


Equipment costs for phosphorus removal

Equipment Costs for Phosphorus Removal


Wwtf facility upgrade costs for phosphorus removal

WWTF Facility Upgrade Costs for Phosphorus Removal


O m costs

O & M Costs

Membranes


Equipment sizing

Equipment Sizing

  • Not always peak hour flow

  • 365 Day Average, Total P Limit

  • Blending Potential


Disc filtration take aways

Disc Filtration – Take Aways

  • Tertiary Polishing Phosphorus Treatment

  • Phosphorus Reduction – Need Coagulation or Flocculation

    • In-pipe dosing not sufficient

    • Mixing, energy critical

  • Floc needs structural integrity

  • Use existing tankage (if possible)


Ballasted settling takeaways

Ballasted Settling - Takeaways

  • Enhanced Floc Formation

  • Shorter HRT Higher Loading Rate

  • Mixing energy critical

  • Use existing tankage (if possible)


Continuous backwash filters takeaways

Continuous Backwash Filters - Takeaways

  • Regenerative Adsorption Process

  • Hydrous Ferric Oxide-Coated Sand

  • Multiple Passes for Additional Treatment

  • Lower Coagulant Dose

  • Reject Stream

    • Possible Re-use

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P


Membrane takeaways

MEMBRANE - Takeaways

  • High level of treatment

    • P

    • Water reuse

    • Micropollutants

  • Energy intensive

  • High Capital Cost

  • Compact footprint

  • Membrane fouling critical

    • Aeration

    • Intermittent relaxation

    • Backwashing

    • Citric Acid


Questions

Questions?


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