Wild, R. – Severn Trent Water(free)
Stoke Bardolph Sewage Treatment Works serves a population of approximately 700,000 in the Nottingham area. Additionally it acts as a regional sludge centre. As part of a strategy to comply with a new total Phosphorus limit of 1 mg/l and increase the number of products recovered from our wastewater resources, it was decided to reduce recycled Phosphorus in the post-digestion sludge liquors. Struvite recovery by the Phospaq® process was selected to achieve this, as part of a combined liquor treatment plant with the Anammox® process for ammonia removal.
The Biosolids conference attracts the most authoritative global experts in the area of biosolids and organic resource handling, treatment and recycling. The programme covers both the latest innovations and updates of existing technologies. Presentations from respected industry experts and newcomers follow the development of technologies and legislation from inception to full-scale installations.
The conference regularly gathers over 200 delegates from all over Europe, many of them return every year both for the technical presentations and fantastic networking opportunities.
Regular conference themes include:
• Thickening and Dewatering
• Modelling Sludge Handling and Utilisation
• Commissioning and Operating Experiences with Thermal Hydrolysis
• Tackling Potential Odour Problems
• Operating Experiences and Potential Problems in Digester Operation
• Ensuring Optimum Energy Recovery from Biogas
• Liquor Treatment and P Removal
• Alternative Products from Sludge
• Enhancing the Value of Biosolids and Digestate
• Pathogens and Pollutants In Digestate
• Sharing Experiences