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Case Study: Full-scale comparison of N2O emissions determined by liquid sensors and off-gas measurement
The investment costs had initially deterred us somewhat. However ...
Learn about the results from N2O monitoring in the activated sludge tanks at Severn Trent’s Spernal sewage treatment plant
A study of three very different WWTPs in Denmark: Bjergmarken (125,000 PE), Holbæk (60,000 PE), and Hvalsø (11,570 PE)
Based on data from Danish WWTPs through advanced online-control.
Learn how the water utility Aquafin controls emissions from deammonification processes using the the N2O Wastewater Sensor
Significant 3-fold increase in IPCC2019 wastewater N2O emission factor supported by Danish studies.
A case study from Kralingseveer WWTP in the Netherlands explores the influence of sensor placement.
WWTP Pforzheim uses an N2O sensor to determine the formation rate of nitrous oxide in the denitrification and the nitrification zone
Frederikshavn Water Utility contacted Unisense Environment for assistance in determining the actual N2O derived CO2 footprint
VCS Denmark, one of the largest and oldest water and wastewater companies in Denmark, is actively committed to resource optimization
The available data show that the nitrous oxide emission varies in time and between wastewater treatment plants.
Information regarding N2O emissions from trickling filters is limited, partly caused by the difficulties in capturing off-gases.
Monitor the N2O concentration in the liquid and use N2O as a control parameter for carbon dosage in the denitrification process.
Based on 2-years data from Danish WWTPs, you get an insight into the reduction potential in ton CO2 equivalent.