denitrification Equipment in North Dakota

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Aquapoint - Model ANOX - BDR & MBDR - Biological Denitrification

by Aquapoint     based in New Bedford, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

The Aquapoint ANOX-MBDR provides a suitable environment to initiate and complete biological denitrification. Biological denitrification is the reduction of nitrate to nitrogen gas by facultative heterotrophic bacteria in the presence of a soluble carbon source.

EWT EliminatIR - Gate For The Carrousel Systems

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

The EWT EliminatIR gate by Ovivo is an evolution of the EWT denitIR gate for the Carrousel Systems. The EWT EliminatIR gate has been automated and now can be controlled to optimize the internal recycle entering into the anoxic zone. This allows for a more efficient denitrification process and for real-time control of the biological nutrient ...

ABC - Specialty Clarifiers

by Bio-Microbics, Inc.     based in Shawnee, KANSAS (USA)

The ABC-N denitrification device is designed primarily for use as a denitrification (nitrate reducing) device when exceptional levels of nitrogen reduction are required. A carbon feed system (by others) supplies a carbon source, and the ABC-N promotes the growth of bacteria that denitrifies nitrified wastewater from most wastewater flows.

AGAR - MBBR-BNR

by Aqwise Wise Water Technologies     based in Herzliya, ISRAEL

The AGAR Roughing Filter for Biological Nutrient Removal (MBBR-BNR) configuration offers a treatment process based on a bio-film which provides organic carbon removal, followed by nitrification and de-nitrification, without circulation of activated sludge. Denitrification occurs in both pre-denitrification reactor, and in an innovative, patent ...

Model C-Tech - Cyclic Activated Waste Water Treatment Process

by SFC Schueffl & Forsthuber Consulting / SFC Umwelttechnik GmbH     based in Salzburg, AUSTRIA

The C-TECH Technology is an advancement of the sequenced batch reactor technology (SBR technology) for wastewater treatment. The difference to conventional SBR technologies lies in the application of an anaerobic selector, which suppresses the growth of bacteria that cause sludge bulking, and in the internal recyling of the biomass of a main ...

Batch Treatment Plants

by SIMPEC Srl Societa Implanti Ecologici     based in Carate Brianza - Monza Brianza, ITALY

Exhausted concentrate treatment, treatment of discontinuous effluents, variable flow rate effluent treatment, COD reduction, BOD reduction, nitrification, denitrification, phosphates removal, single section treatment.

Model 5000 - BugFuel

by Grignard Company, LLC     based in Rahway, NEW JERSEY (USA)

BugFuel 5000 is a proprietary, alternative carbon source that fuels the growth of specific bacteria essential for critical wastewater applications, including denitrification and biological oxygen demand (BOD) supplementation.

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 ...

Sequencing Batch Reactor Biological Plant (SBR)

by SIMPEC S.r.l.     based in CARATE BRIANZA (MI), ITALY

SBR biological plantsare composed by systems that equalize, aerate, denitrificate and sediment the effluent in a single reactor or in more reactors with determinated operative sequenceses. SBR plant develops a mix of bacteria cultures that are able to remove COD, BOD and Nutrients present in the treated effluents.

Model FBRs - Bioreactors

by Envirogen Technologies Inc.     based in Kingwood, TEXAS (USA)

For a broad range of influent flow rates and contaminant concentration levels, our fluidized bed reactor (FBR) system is often the most economical treatment choice. With aerobic, anaerobic and anoxic designs available, systems have been successfully operated at ranges from 5 to 6,000 GPM, yielding high performance paired with low capital and ...

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