WWTP begins testing rare earth coagulant to cope with rising phosphorus loading

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To address increasing phosphorus loadings to its wastewater plant, Kingsville, Ontario, began working with the Ontario Clean Water Agency and Bishop Water to evaluate ClariPhos, a rare earth coagulant, as a solution to replace traditional ferric chloride.

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