Nutrient Removal Equipment

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Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal (EBPR)

by AnoxKaldnes AB - a Veolia Water Company     based in Lund, SWEDEN

Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal (EBPR) is an applied biological process where excess phosphorus is removed from the wastewater without requirements of chemical additions. The process makes use of a group of bacteria, commonly referred to as Phosphate Accumulating Organisms (PAO) that can store more phosphorus than needed for growth, giving ...

Amtreat - High-Rate Ammonia Removal

by ACWA Services Ltd     based in Skipton, UNITED KINGDOM

The Amtreat® Process is a registered design for a high-rate activated sludge process specifically for treating high-strength ammonia wastewaters. These high strength ammonia wastewaters are typically generated from sludge treatment processes (e.g. digester liquors, centrifuge liquors and dryer liquors) or industrial processes (e.g. chemical ...

Blue Pro - Advanced Phosphorus Removal System

by Blue Water Technologies, Inc.     based in Hayden, IDAHO (USA)

Blue Water Technologies, Inc. is the industry leader in the development of technologies for phosphorus removal from wastewater. With advanced control techniques and patented nutrient removal systems, Blue Water can provide you with a cost effective solution to meet your phosphorus level needs.

Phosphorus Removal Unit

by Bionest     based in Grand-Mere, QUEBEC (CANADA)

Our phosphorus removal unit is designed for commercial, institutional and community applications where the receiving waters’ sensitivity level requires that the phosphorus be removed.It decreases the amount of phosphorus discharged into the environment to a below 1 mg/L level and is based on a chemical coagulation followed by decantation.

Sequox - Biological Nutrient Removal Process System

by Aero-Mod, Inc.     based in Manhattan, KANSAS (USA)

The patented SEQUOX Nutrient Removal Process is the latest innovation for biological nutrient removal from wastewater. Even if nutrient removal is not the primary objective, the SEQUOX process results in sufficient process improvements and energy savings to make it cost effective.

NutriTec - Nitrogen Removal Membrane Technology / Phosphorous Removal Membrane Technology

by Sustec Consulting & Contracting bv     based in PV Wageningen, NETHERLANDS

The NutriTec technology removes nitrogen and phosphorous from concentrated waste streams, such as centrate water and industrial waste water.

Model NB1000 - NUTRI-BIO For Petroleum Spills On Land

by A&V Envirotech     based in Milwaukee, WISCONSIN (USA)

This product was formerly listed on the U.S. National Contingency Plan Product Schedule as a biological additive. NUTRI-BIO 1000 is a patented complex formulation containing a broad range of organic and inorganic nutrients, energy sources, natural alcohol and enzymes, and several biodegradable surfactants. This product accelerates the ...

NE - Model 2000PHR - Phosphate Reduction and Control

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

NE 2000PHR is highly effective in treating phosphate contaminated wastewater systems. NE 2000PHR works by populating the contaminated water system with naturally occurring bacteria strains that absorb the phosphate. By changing the respiration level - anaerobic to aerobic - this causes the bacteria to ingest the oxygen forcing the phosphate to ...

Model NB1000 - NUTRI-BIO For Petroleum Spills On Water

by A&V Envirotech     based in Milwaukee, WISCONSIN (USA)

This product was formerly listed on the U.S. National Contingency Plan Product Schedule as a biological additive. NUTRI-BIO 1000 is a patented complex formulation containing a broad range of organic and inorganic nutrients, energy sources, natural alcohol and enzymes from fermentation, and several biodegradable surfactants. This product ...

Photobioreactor with Microalgae

by neomar GmbH     based in Uetze-Eltze, GERMANY

The neomar technology supports the utilization of waste and remaining nutrients. This is possible, due to the low water renewal rate of less than 1% of the system volume per day. Particulate and dissolved nutrients are removed and concentrated by the water treatment and can be used efficiently in following processes.

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