Activated Sludge Equipment

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Activated Sludge Microbiology Poster

by Marshall Environmental Training and Consulting Group, Inc., (METC Group)     based in Corvallis, OREGON (USA)

This 39 in. by 27 in. poster contains 74 photomicrographs of flocs, filaments and protozoa/metazoa plus a Causes of Filaments Table, Ranking Filament Abundance Table and Protozoa Chart. This poster is a serious working tool for operators to help assess floc characteristics; identify filament types, their abundance and cause, identify protozoa and ...

NAS - New Activated Sludge System

by Colsen International b.v.     based in HULST, NETHERLANDS

Application: NAS (New Activated Sludge) represents a unique active sludge system in which anammox bacteria constitute a part of the biomass. These micro-organisms ensure a very effective removal of the nitrogen during aerobic purification. An aerobic purification step is often necessary to enable the removal of the remaining COD fraction and ...

Integrated Membrane Activated Sludge (IMAS)

by Ashbrook Simon-Hartley     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

IMAS achieves the fundamental dual goals of minimizing both membrane area and energy consumption while producing membrane quality effluent.  This is accomplished by dramatically lowering the membrane fouling rate by managing the composition and concentration of particles which contact the membrane surface.

FAST - Fixed Activated Sludge Treatment System

by Smith & Loveless Inc.     based in Lenexa, KANSAS (USA)

The patented FAST Process stands for 'Fixed Activated Sludge Treatment', a fixed-film, aerobic treatment system designed for tackling variable load and flow conditions. Proven in thousands of installations worldwide, FAST consists of tankage packed with completely submerged media. The FAST media creates a high surface area-to-volume ratio, which ...

Odor Treatment for Wastewater Treatment Plants/Sludges

by Super-F Fragrance Inc.     based in L`Assomption, QUEBEC (CANADA)

It is well-known that municipals and industrials waste water treatment plants generates odours that may be strong, persistent and a nuisance to employees, residents and industries located near these plants. Odours are produced at varying levels throughout the waste water treatment process. The main odours-generating areas of the process are pump ...

Model Enz-Odor 12 - Super Concentrated FOG Odor Control

by AquaBio Environmental Technologies, Inc.     based in Marina del Rey, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Formula Type: Liquid - Product Description: Super concentrated odor control for landfills, waste lagoons, sludge drying beds and food process waste, contains 10 spore-forming, safe Bacillus biostrains. Formula also contains Yucca schidigera natural surfactant and ammonia odor binder, an oxygenating biostimulant, and a high dose of our pleasant ...

Enz-Odor - Model 12 - Super Concentrated Odor Control

by AquaBio Environmental Technologies, Inc.     based in Marina del Rey, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Formula Type: Liquid - Product Description: Super concentrated odor control for landfills, waste lagoons, sludge drying beds and food process waste, contains 10 spore-forming, safe Bacillus biostrains. Formula also contains Yucca schidigera natural surfactant and ammonia odor binder, an oxygenating biostimulant, and a high dose of our pleasant ...

Integrated Fixed-Film Activated Sludge (IFAS) Technology

by CREATECH Aqua ApS     based in Egaa, DENMARK

A cost-effective upgrade solution for existing wastewater treatment plants, the IFAS technology combines the operational characteristics of conventional Activated Sludge (AS) plants with fixed-film technology. In essence, upgrading an AS-WWTP to an IFAS system consists of installing a retention screen (8mm hole size) and adding a certain volume of ...

Flottweg OSE Decanter - Optimal Sludge Dewatering of Primary and Excess Sludge

by Flottweg SE     based in Vilsbiburg, GERMANY

The decomposition process in a sewage treatment facility continually generates biological sludge. To ensure a stable decomposition process in the biological cleaning stage, this biological sludge must be removed. The removed biological sludge is called surplus activated sludge in further process steps, and it is subsequently transported into a ...

Conventional Activated Sludge

by Entex Technologies Inc.     based in Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Conventional activated sludge (AS) uses suspended biomass to provide a flexible and efficient treatment system. While some AS systems use complete mix basins, a plug flow process with longer narrower basins is more common today. Similarly, while some AS systems still use older coarse bubble diffuser systems, most updated systems use fine bubble ...

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