In domestic wastewater treatment field, the biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) is a pollution measured parameter

Being in the wastewater treatment field requires a lot of knowledge of wastewater pollutants, environmental discharge quality requirements as well as treatment options for different target pollutants.

 

In the domestic wastewater treatment field, the most commonly measured parameters are total suspended solids (TSS), fecal coliform, total phosphorus (TP), total nitrogen (TN) and the biochemical oxygen demand (BOD).

 

The definition of each of these parameters is pretty clear, but the last one deserves a bit more of an explanation in order to fully grasp its significance and its impact on the environment.

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Although it is generally considered a pollutant, BOD is actually an indicator of the degree of pollution in an environment.

For more information on this technical subject, consult this DBO))Clic – Biochemical Oxygen Demand.

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