Cutting Edge Lagoon Solutions

Triplepoint Environmental specializes in Wastewater Lagoon Aeration, Lagoon Ammonia Removal, and Lagoon Treatment Enhancement. With their professional experience and expertise, Triplepoint has developed industry-leading wastewater lagoon technologies.

Lagoon – NitrOx Ammonia Removal

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NitrOx Lagoon Ammonia Removal

NitrOx Lagoon Ammonia Removal

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EPA approved patented Triplepoint NitrOx Process works within existing lagoon infrastructure to reliably and cost-effectively meet low ammonia limits year-round, no matter how cold it gets. The Triplepoint NitrOx Process’ guaranteed nitrification is easy to operate, requires only 3 hours per year average maintenance and offers a small footprint – less than 1/20th the size of lagoon! It is a proven, time-tested solution to remove lagoon ammonia that can be installed at 2/3 the cost of existing nitrification options, while also as low maintenance as a lagoon.
Ammonia removal through nitrification will reliably occur with the proper conditions. The purpose of the NitrOx Process is to control and optimize each of these conditions, fostering an ideal habitat for a specific set of bacteria called nitrifiers and super-concentrating them into a small, cost-effective, and highly efficient reactor.

Read how an Iowa town achieves 100% ammonia removal through winters even without supplemental heating in the wastewater.

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Triplepoint Environmental’s PhosBox is a reliable low maintenance, tertiary lagoon phosphorus removal system which achieves effluent phosphorus limits as low as 0.07 mg/L. As wastewater flows into the PhosBox, it is inoculated with coagulant/flocculant that binds to the phosphorus; the combined mixture is then filtered out by a proprietary cloth media. The clean water is then discharged and the reject phosphorus is automatically backwashed and sent to a storage lagoon. A highly efficient tertiary filter installed between the final lagoon and the discharge/disinfection point, the PhosBox System has a small footprint and low equipment requirements creating minimal capital costs.