The Stillwater Wastewater Treatment Facility is located in Oak Park
Heights, Minnesota. Current plans to modernize the facility include the
replacement of the existing disinfection (chlorination) basin and an upgrade to
include a dechlorination system and basin. The dechlorination process uses
an S02 solution that is injected through a mUltiport diffuser into the
dechlorination channel flow. Adequate mixing of the S02 solution is
necessary for contact and deactivation of the chlorine residue.
Donohue & Associates, Inc., Maple Grove, Minnesota
Thene, John R.; Luck, Frederick N.; Stefan, Heinz G..
Model Study Of Mixing In The Proposed Dechlorination Facility Of The Stillwater Wastewater Treatment Plant In Oak Park Heights, Minnesota.
St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory.
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