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Environmental Stewardship & Energy Conservation

  • 1- How much energy of today’s total US energy demand is consumed by wastewater treatment?

  • 2- How much energy of a typical municipality is consumed for wastewater treatment?

  • 3- How much electrical power / energy of the total wastewater treatment process is consumed bythe activated sludge process / in the aeration basin?

  • 4- What is the proven track record of energy conservation, improved, and predictable effluent, TN, TP results of the JAEGER AERATION’s OxyProcessTM, its diffuser equipment, and aeration system solutions in of case studies and before and after comparisons?

  • 5- How much of the US’ total energy demand was consumed in 2017 for electric power generation?

  • 6- How may municipal wastewater treatment facilities exist in the United States?

  • 7- How much of the US’ today’s total electric power generation could be conserved by employing OxyProcessTM technology?

  • 8- What is the currently commonly employed municipal wastewater treatment year 1 to year. 20+ sizing and capacity planning scheme?

  • 9- How does OxyProcessTM differ from currently commonly employed municipal wastewater treatment year 1 to year. 20+ sizing and capacity planning schemes? How can it improve energy efficiency by 20% to 40%?

  • 10- What is the turn down range of a 2m long OxyStripTM diffuser and of Dual-Air-ControlTM system?

  • 11- What is the turn down range of a commonly used 9” diameter disc diffuser system and why? Can organic loading driven process controls and optimization be realized?

  • 12- What is the energy conservation potential of common large-scale fixed grid installations of 9” diameter disc diffuser systems by replacing them with OxyStripTM Dual-Air-ControlTM , and/or OxyProcessTM?

  • 13- What is the turn down range of a commonly used fixed grid tubular diffuser systems and why? Can organic loading driven process controls and optimization be realized?

  • 14- What should the minimum recommended turn down range of a blower & aeration system be? What is it based on?

  • 15- How does temperature affect the wastewater treatment plant performance / the activated sludge process?

  • 16- How do prolonged summers and elevated temperatures effect the wastewater treatment plant performance, the activated sludge process, & effluent water quality?

  • 17- What are the Fine Bubble Membrane Aeration - Waste Water Treatment (WWT) Objectives?

  • 18- How does BOD removal work? - Carbonaceous Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD / CBOD)

  • 19- What is the basic equation for treating BOD with the activated sludge process?

  • 20- Why is Mixing required in the activated sludge process? - Mixing Energy- Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids / Mixing Energy req. to keep solids suspended

  • 21- Why do have Nitrogen and Phosphorus to be removed from the wastewater (WW) before discharging treated wastewater to the environment?

  • 22- What other pollutants are removed in the activated sludge phase of a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP)?

  • 23- How does Nitrification in aerated / aerobic zone or process phase work / what is the general formula:

  • 24- What is the next WWT process phase after Nitrification to remove Nitrogen?

  • 25- How des Phosphorus removal work?