Enhancing resource recovery via cranberry syrup waste at the Wisconsin Rapids WRRF: An experimental and modeling study

Exciting paper just published in the Journal of Environmental Management ! 
This is the first study where cranberry syrup waste was used to successfully enhance EBPR
performance, resulting in 90% TP removal. A model was developed in the SUMO platform and was used to capture orthophosphate trends during the testing period. The model investigated microbial population dynamics and found that the operational changes including RAS diversion, chemical dosing shutoff and cranberry syrup waste addition impacted the enrichment of phosphorus accumulating organisms (PAO)

Check it out here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301479722017637

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