Various factors are important for the successful performance of biological nutrient removal processes. This paper reviews the performance of the new Bushkoppie Plant in Johannesburg in relation to other nutrient removal plants in the city and from these experiences, highlights important aspects to be considered in the design and operation of these plants. These are substrate quality, denitrification, sludge settleability, aeration, process configuration and sludge handling and disposal.

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