wastewater collection systems Equipment in Guyana

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LemTec - Gas Collection Covers

by Lemna Technologies, Inc.     based in Minneapolis, MINNESOTA (USA)

LemTec gas collection covers provide the ultimate solution for applications requiring complete gas containment and gas collection, whether solely for odor control, or for digester gas reuse applications, in ponds or steel/concrete tanks. LemTec gas collection cover systems are designed to meet each customer’s requirements.

Waste Water Treatment Plant

by TES-AMM     based in Irvine, UNITED KINGDOM

Minimize wastewater discharge quantity

Mobile Wastewater Treatment System

by DAS Environmental Expert GmbH     based in Dresden, GERMANY

Short-term production expansions, temporary solutions for transitional stages, cost reduction through timesaving, large-scale construction sites or regions in crisis – the need for fast and flexible wastewater treatment is manifold. DAS Environmental Expert as an enterprise for environmental technology, addresses these challenges by ...

Spiralift - Model SR - Septage Receiving System

by Franklin Miller Inc.     based in Livingston, NEW JERSEY (USA)

The SPIRALIFT SR Septage Receiving System is designed to receive, screen and separate septage solids. The SPIRALIFT incorporates a grinder, fine screening shaftless screw system, spray wash, control system and more. These units wash and efficiently compact screenings by up to 40%. The processed solids are conveyed to a convenient elevation for ...

Wastewater Treatment Systems

by BIODISK Corporation     based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Wastewater treatment using a BIODISK is a natural biological process based on the principle of the rotating biological contactor (RBC). It is self regulating, a complete treatment plant and can be sized to meet your needs. The treatment process has capabilities of secondary, tertiary and advanced treatment with an additional capability of ...

NE - Model 1000HIG - High Grease and FOG Treatment

by Natural Environmental Systems, LLC     based in Carrollton, TEXAS (USA)

NE 1000HIG, a natural bioaugmentation solution, was formulated to address the issue of high levels of fats, oils and grease. It is a proprietary blend of microorganisms that degrade FOGs, and prevent harmful buildup in drain systems, pump stations, waste water holding areas, and municipalities. Furthermore, NE 1000HIG effectively metabolizes the ...

Wastewater Post-disinfection

by PAC-Solution Ltd     based in Helsinki, FINLAND

The post-disinfection of wastewater aims at preventing microbes that are harmful for human and animal health from entering the water system. Wastewater discharge can be located close to a raw water intake and recreational and swimming areas. Post-disinfection is used for safeguarding the use of water resources as raw water. It also ensures the ...

FreshAWL - WOW-Air S - Pond Sludge Reduction and Algae Control System

by FreshAWL, LLC     based in Concord, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Manufactured according to the EPA's standards for DfE, FreshAWL WOW-Air S works to penetrate the cellular walls of wastewater sludge that builds up in ponds and collection stations while controlling odor at the same time. This sludge penetration promotes the dewatering of the cellular contents and causes structural collapse. This product ...

PHOENIX - Water Recycling - Blackwater Systems

by PHOENIX Process Equipment Co.     based in Louisville, KENTUCKY (USA)

Blackwater is any wastewater that is contaminated with water discharged from a toilet. Compared to greywater recycling, it is often more practical to recycle blackwater as most plumbing systems don’t separate greywater streams e.g. showers, basins. Aquacell S systems can often be retro-fitted to existing buildings or be installed in new ...

PHOENIX - Water Recycling - Greywater Systems

by PHOENIX Process Equipment Co.     based in Louisville, KENTUCKY (USA)

Greywater makes up around 30 to 50 per cent of wastewater discharged into our sewers. Therefore, greywater recycling offers facilities the chance to cut their water use by up to half. Generally defined as wastewater from bathrooms and laundries, greywater can come from our showers, baths, basins and washing machines. It may be contaminated with a ...

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