Bishop Water Technologies and Neo Chemicals & Oxides Introduce Solution to Help WWTPs Achieve Phosphorus Limits

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Bishop Water Technologies and Neo Chemicals & Oxides have launched a new rare earth-based coagulant in Canada to help wastewater treatment plants achieve ultra-low phosphorus limits, as low as 0.07 mg/L, without the need for costly tertiary filtration systems.

According to Bishop Water Technologies, Neo RE300 is a rare earth-based coagulant that offers a simple, affordable way to achieve significant phosphorus reduction in treated effluent by simply replacing conventional ferric- or alum-based coagulants with this advanced treatment technology. Neo RE300 could also help to significantly enhance the efforts of regulators and conservation authorities working to protect sensitive water bodies from eutrophication and algae blooms linked to phosphorus discharge, according to Bishop Water Technologies.

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