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Sweden is ahead with nitrogen removal in wastewater treatment

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Swedish Econet Vatten & Miljöteknik has a new project in which they build a new Anammox-basin to recover reject water in a wastewater treatment plant. Using Anammox-bacteria in wastewater treatment is new, since the bacteria were only found 20 years ago.

In Finland the use of the Anammox- bacteria has been tried, but in Sweden the technique is already in use. It is likely that the use of bacteria will grow in the future. However, the use of the technique is challenging, since it is a biological method, thus, dependable of many issues. 

Picture. In the picture can be seen the place where the new basin will be built.

The project was ordered by Swedish VA-syd, and it is carried out in Malmö. The project began in April with a start meeting, and the estimated finishing time is in November.

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