enhanced nutrient removal Equipment

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Carrousel - Systems For Biological Nutrient Removal

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

The Carrousel systems by Ovivo are oxidation ditches with surface impeller aerators.  They are designed to effectively reduce the nutrients discharged from wastewater treatment plants. They are also designed to efficiently use the optimum amount of power to produce these results.

Suntree - Model Bold and Gold™ - Stormwater Filtration Media

by Suntree Technologies, Inc.     based in Cocoa, FLORIDA (USA)

High nitrogen and phosphorus quantities in stormwater runoff have the potential to impact ecosystem integrity and human health. Bold and Gold is effective in reducing nitrogen and phosphorus from stormwater runoff.

Aquip - Enhanced Media Filtration System for Industrial Stormwater

by Houston Analytical Systems Company     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

Aquip (uh-kwip) is a patented†, enhanced media filtration system for industrial stormwater applications. This stormwater treatment BMP removes fine particulates and dissolved pollutants in a simple and easy-to-use configuration. Aquip is typically installed above ground with a single pump station following oil pretreatment.

Bio Dredge Sludge Reduction

by Probiotic Solutions     based in Gilbert, ARIZONA (USA)

BIO DREDGE is a probiotic formulation of organic acids, natural biological systems, buffers, nutrients, and energy systems which enhances biological degradation. It is non-toxic, concentrated and easy to use. BIO DREDGE oxidizes wastewater lagoon sludge into carbon dioxide through an innovative “wet burn” process. BIO DREDGE helps ...

Microbiological Enhanced Groundwater Circulation Well (mGCW)

by IEG Technologie GmbH     based in Gruibingen, GERMANY

Due to the minimal environmental impact and low cost of implementation, biological remediation technologies have become increasingly popular during the last few years. In an ideal case, depending on the type of contaminants on the site, naturally occurring microorganisms degrade organic compounds to carbon dioxide and water. The rate of ...

Enzyme Enhanced Microbial Anaerobic Digester (EEMAD)

by C2 Biotechnologies, LLC     based in Germantown, NEW YORK (USA)

Anaerobic digestion is the process of digesting organic matter by bacteria in an oxygen free environment.  This is a process that is found in many naturally occurring environments such as watercourses, waterlogged soils and the mammalian digestive tract such as a cow.

Accelerite - Bioremediation Nutrient

by JRW Bioremediation, LLC     based in Lenexa, KANSAS (USA)

Effective Economical Increase your donor efficiency and kinetics. Effective: Increases the efficiency of electron donors. Increases the rate of dechlorination to ethene. Stimulates microbial growth and promotes the production of propionate over acetate.

WesTech - Model STM-Aerotor™ - Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) System

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

The STM-Aerotor™ Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) System uses Integrated Fixed Film and Activated Sludge (IFAS) technology as part of a process that provides biological nutrient removal for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment.

Aquip - Enhanced Media Filtration System for Industrial Stormwater

by StormwateRx LLC     based in Portland, OREGON (USA)

Aquip is an innovative, enhanced media filtration system for industrial stormwater applications. This stormwater treatment Best Management Practice (BMP) is a highly efficient system that provides the treatment needed to meet stormwater quality standards in a simple and easy-to-use configuration.  Aquip is typically installed above ground ...

ULTRATECH - X-Tex-AM Material

by Interstate Products Inc     based in Sarasota, FLORIDA (USA)

Storm water runoff from impervious surfaces in urban areas contains significant hazardous contaminants, including indicator organisms such as fecal coliform. Such contaminants pose threats to humans directly during recreational uses of surface waters and through seafood consumption, and to aquatic life through chronic and acute exposure to ...

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