Full-scale studies at a 16,000 p.e. wastewater treatment plant were carried out to examine the use of oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) (and dissolved oxygen (DO) concentrations for real-time monitoring of biological nutrient control. Breakpoints in DO and ORP time profiles proved particularly useful (with correct aeration conditions) in optimising nitrogen removal.

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