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On September 24, there will be a groundbreaking ceremony for Doctors Lake Phosphorus Removal Pilot Project. The Project is a full-scale demonstration project to significantly reduce phosphorus from Fleming Island Regional Wastewater Plant discharges. Treated effluent will be pumped and distributed over a vegetated filtration bed, which uses engineered media to remove phosphorus. This media binds with phosphorous, removing it from the water. The phosphorus remains bound to the engineered media, so no byproduct is produced. The treated water from this innovative project is returned to the effluent stream and, ultimately, Doctors Lake.
I’m interested to see if other communities have attempted similar innovative approaches? What has your experience been? Do you have any lessons you have learned?
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I'm interested to see if other communities have attempted similar innovative approaches? What has your experience been? Do you have any lessons you have learned?