November 2011
Pollution Engineering;Nov2011, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p20
Trade Publication
The article looks at the process knows as the DEMON-System implemented at wastewater treatment plants in Europe to remove 80 percent of total nitrogen which is offered in North America. The process which is an acronym for DEamMONification, is a cost effective technology removing nitrogen compounds from wastewater with high concentrations of ammonia. It was developed by the University of Innsbruck in Austria and distributed by World Water Works Inc. based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.


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