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Water Environment Federation’s WE&T Magazine’s Problem Solvers section:  Cincinnati Nature Center Turns To Algae For Onsite Wastewater Treatment.

Water Environment Federation’s WE&T Magazine’s Problem Solvers section: Cincinnati Nature Center Turns To Algae For Onsite Wastewater Treatment.

WE&T Magazine March 2015, Vol. 27, No.3

Problem Aging wastewater treatment systems began causing financial, noise, and odor problems.
Solution Installing an algae-based treatment system met NPDES permits and expanded service with a reduced footprint, cost, and maintenance requirement.

The Cincinnati Nature Center (CNC), a nature educational organization in Milford, Ohio, receives more than 100,000 visitors each year. CNC has a mission to inspire passion for nature in visitors and promote environmentally responsible choices through involvement, education, and conservancy. CNC spans 415 ha (1025 ac) and had two onsite water resource recovery facilities.

 

For more on this story visit the link below at WE&T’s online publication.

http://www.wef.org/publications/page_wet.aspx?id=12884905552&page=ca&section=Problem%20Solvers

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