An Installer’s Guide to Phosphorus

The impact of phosphorus discharged from septic systems can vary widely between different systems and different watersheds

An Installer’s Guide to Phosphorus

Phosphorus is a chemical element and nutrient essential for all life-forms. Organic phosphorus is formed primarily by biological processes, and its sources in sewage include bodily wastes, food residues, and the conversion of orthophosphates in biological treatment processes....

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This article is part of the series: An Installer's Guide to Wastewater Characteristics


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