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DO, BOD and COD: What is the Difference?

DO, BOD and COD: What is the Difference?

In my role working with the JMS Eco-AIR (Low Profile Cascade Aerator) at wastewater treatment plants, I have the opportunity to speak with operators about the quality of processed wastewater leaving their plants. Often we discuss the Dissolved Oxygen content
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Meeting Dissolved Oxygen Requirements at Wastewater Treatment Plants Presentation

Watch this JMS Presentation on achieving Dissolved Oxygen (DO) Compliance for Wastewater Treatment Plant Outfall. Sam Myers, Application Engineer from JMS, talks about why wastewater treatment plants are required to meet state mandated DO effluent requirements, and some of the
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Aeration Basics: Why Does the Dissolved Oxygen Content of Wastewater Matter?

Aeration Basics: Why Does the Dissolved Oxygen Content of Wastewater Matter?

Today more wastewater treatment plants are facing tougher state and federal requirements including those issued by the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES). Since inception, the implementation of NPDES regulations has been delegated to the individual state level. Permits for
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How did DO Testing help JMS Develop the Eco-AIR?

With the rise of regulation on DO (dissolved oxygen) limits by federal or state agencies many wastewater treatment facilities have been forced to add post-aeration to achieve compliance. JMS designed the Eco-AIR (Low Profile Cascade Aerator) to fill this need
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