Water temperature affects virtually every aspect of wastewater lagoon performance. This free, hour-long webinar outlines the effects of cold temperature on lagoon kinetic treatment rates, including oxygen transfer efficiency and ammonia-nitrogen removal; and reveals how to design lagoon infrastructure to withstand cold weather conditions. Learn how a cold-climate lagoon can be upgraded to ensure BOD and ammonia compliance year-round.
- The effect cold temperatures have on lagoon kinetic treatment rates, including oxygen transfer efficiency and ammonia-nitrogen removal
- The effect of cold temperatures on lagoon infrastructure: how to design lagoon infrastructure to withstand cold weather conditions
- Cold-climate lagoon ammonia removal: ensuring nitrification year-round with cost-effective upgrades; case studies
01:03 Introduction to Triplepoint
03:26 Cold Climate Considerations
12:40 ARES Aeration Technology
31:59 Lagoon Ammonia Removal Overview
39:51 NitrOx Lagoon Ammonia Removal
Preapproved for 1 continuing education hour in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Ohio, South Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming. Likely accepted in states that do not preapprove CEUs, such as Alabama and South Carolina. Eligible for PDH credit in all states.
About the instructor
Patrick Hill is a lagoon specialist for Triplepoint Environmental, a company dedicated to providing cutting edge and cost-effective solutions for wastewater lagoons across North America. After graduating from the University of Notre Dame, Patrick began his career working for the reputable civil engineering firm, Sheaffer & Roland, Inc., which focuses on the design, build and operation of wastewater treatment lagoon systems. He joined Triplepoint, based in Oak Park, Illinois, in 2007, and has since worked with hundreds of lagoon owners to help extend the life of lagoon systems, improve efficiency, expand capacity and meet new effluent requirements. Patrick has presented on lagoon topics at dozens of conferences across the country and at the Water Environment Federation’s annual conference (WEFTEC).