ammonia removal Equipment in Montana

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WPL - Nitrifying-SAF Ammonia Treatment

by WPL Ltd     based in Waterlooville, UNITED KINGDOM

WPL Nitrifying-SAF Ammonia treatment plant is tried and proven technology for applications where the Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) has been completely removed (below 20 mg/l average), but effluent is required to be fully nitrified, and further biological capacity is required for this application. -

BESST - Biologically Engineered Single Sludge Treatment System

by Purestream ES, LLC     based in Walton, KENTUCKY (USA)

The Purestream ES, LLC BESST (Biologically Engineered Single Sludge Treatment) process is a patented (U.S. Patent No. 6,620,322) process that achieves Advanced Wastewater Treatment in a single vessel by incorporating activated sludge processes dating back to the 1920’s. Combining the principals of single sludge treatment for BOD 5, TSS, and ...

Sequencing Batch Reactors

by Organics Group plc     based in Coventry, UNITED KINGDOM

High-rate removal of ammonia with a biological sludge blanket, facilitating a reduced retention time and improved process control

Ovivo - Containerized Membrane Bioreactors (MBR)

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

Designed for rapid deployment, easy maintenance and minimal operator involvement, Ovivo’s Containerized Membrane Bioreactors (MBR) provide wastewater treatment solutions for military field operations, aid relief operations and construction camp use worldwide. The value added benefit; (typically with 50% less tank volume compared to ...

WPL - NEW WPL Miranda RBC

by WPL Ltd     based in Waterlooville, UNITED KINGDOM

The new, energy efficient Rotating Biological Contractor (RBC) provides Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) & Ammonia treatment to specified regulatory effluent quality standards.

Rotating Biological Contactors

by Walker Process Equipment     based in Aurora, ILLINOIS (USA)

EnviroDisc Rotating Biological Contactors (RBC) provide highly efficient fixed film BOD and ammonia removal with low energy usage and maintenance requirements. In the RBC process, wastewater flows through shallow tanks containing the partially submerged, rotating shafts where biomass is carried on the media for reduction of pollutants.

Sequencing Batch Reactors

by Severn Trent Services, Inc     based in Fort Washington, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Sequencing Batch Reactors (SBR) employ the process of aeration for the complete treatment of sewage and industrial wastewaters. The process ensures that BOD, Ammonia and Suspended Solids are all removed in a single tank. In addition the process is capable of biological nutrient removal including P removal without chemical dosing. Effluent ...

Bion Technology

by Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc.     based in Old Bethpage, NEW YORK (USA)

Bion's Comprehensive Environmental Management System removes up to 95% of the nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) from the livestock waste effluent and substantially reduces air emissions, including ammonia (as great as 90% or more), greenhouse gases, hydrogen sulfide, VOC's and others. The system extracts renewable energy from the waste stream in ...

Submerged Aerated Filters

by Severn Trent Services, Inc     based in Fort Washington, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Severn Trent Services offers the TETRA® SAF, a simple process for the biological oxidation of ammonia-nitrogen (NH3-N) and BOD for both municipal and industrial wastewaters. TETRA SAF offers exceptional performance, reliability, and operational and maintenance cost savings over competitive systems. TETRA SAF is an upflow, fixed-film biological ...

BiOWiSH-Aqua - Environmentally Friendly & Non-Toxic Water Treatment

by BiOWiSH Technologies     based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA)

BiOWiSH-Aqua accelerates the biological removal of nutrients from wastewater, eliminating the dependency of wastewater treatment plants on biomass (and all its inherent maintenance challenges).

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