chemical oxygen demand removal Services in Malaysia

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CHEMICAL FREE Waste Water Treatment

by Simran Canada - Water Treatment Co     based in Surrey, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

Ozone has been used in waste water treatment for limited applications namely, color removal, BOD reduction, COD reduction etc but the applications were limited because Ozone alone is not sufficient to control all parameters of wastewater treatment.

Biological Treatment

by Warden Biomedia     based in Luton, UNITED KINGDOM

The principal objective of wastewater treatment is to allow human and industrial effluents to be disposed of without danger to human health or unacceptable damage to the natural environment. Wastewater from households and industry, commonly together with water runoff from urban areas, is conveyed by the sewerage system to sewage treatment plants ...

Biomass Engineering Services

by Cleveland Biotech Ltd     based in Stockton on Tees, UNITED KINGDOM

Biomass engineering is generally considered to be the addition of micro-organisms to a system in order to improve the biological function of that system. The addition is often made to improve a biological waste water treatment plant, but may also be made to other biodegradation processes such as soil remediation or composting.

Physico Chemical Treatment Service

by Chokhavatia Associates     based in Ahmedabad, INDIA

Waste water can contain particles of different sizes. Therefore, different treatment methods are needed for the recycled water safe for consumption, disposal and in accordance with stringent regulatory standards. Particle size can also determine the treatment efficiency.

WMS Wastewater & Sludge Treatment Solutions

by Wastewater Management System Holdings Sdn. Bhd. (WMSH)     based in Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

Water and Sludge Separation: Continuous process using rapid sedimentation technology. Water Purification. Bio-reactor treatment to reduce Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD5) and Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) and meeting DOE Standards. Treated water fit for discharge. Fit for re-use. Sludge Treatment: Pre-dewatering followed by thickening (Dry Substance ...

Optimization and Capacity Increases

by Air Products PLC     based in Walton-on-Thames, UNITED KINGDOM

Our experts can help you assess your plant capacity and offer novel solutions to help you upgrade—often without major capital expense. Our variable pricing structure allows you to install upgrades when you need them, without having to pay for them when you don't need increased capacity.

Biological Treatabilit

by Biothane - Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies     based in Camden, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Biothane has the capability in-house to test samples of wastewater streams to gain a first impression of the digestibility of a given wastewater sample. By testing the wastewater under controlled conditions, one can obtain an indication of the sludge activity, the possible COD reduction, possible short term adverse effects of components in the ...

Effluent treatment & recycling technologies

by W2O Environment Ltd     based in Northampton, UNITED KINGDOM

Industries are facing a significant increase in effluent discharge costs, which are based on COD, BOD, suspended solids and volume. Membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology can be considered as BAT (Best Available Technology) to achieve stringent effluent consent and to reduce pollution.

Wastewater Treatment Services

by Pacific Consolidated Industries LLC (PCI)     based in Riverside, CALIFORNIA (USA)

All wastewater treatment plants rely on the oxygen molecule for reduction of BOD/COD as well as the nitrification step in nutrient removal. Traditionally the source of oxygen is in the dilute form supplied by air diffusion systems which are prone to clogging and have low transfer efficiency. Oxygen is often a limiting factor in running systems at ...

Landfill Leachate Treatment

by Ingenieurbüro Blumberg     based in Bovenden, GERMANY

In the south-east of Hamburg, on the area of the depleted moor of Havighorst,  surveyors in 1978 detected that major quantities of contaminated seepage water were leaking from the south-western boundary of a former construction waste dumping site (18 ha), which had been closed down and recultivated. Due to the bad smell it emanated, the ...

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