Applied Biostimulation to Transform Ammonia & Sulfurics into Nitrates & Sulfates

A process design concept was formulated where it was theorized that ammonia and sulfur compounds present in retention pond leachate liquid could be transformed into nitrates and sulfates to enhance the liquid’s potential as a nutrient source for plants and organism and also for odour control.  The project involved the application of the engineering process to develop successive iterations of lab-scale and pilot-plant scale versions of the process for investigation, experimentation and evaluation of a range of bacteria host media and process operating protocols.

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