Nutrient Removal Equipment

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Bio Dredge Sludge Reduction

by Probiotic Solutions     based in Gilbert, ARIZONA (USA)

BIO DREDGE is a probiotic formulation of organic acids, natural biological systems, buffers, nutrients, and energy systems which enhances biological degradation. It is non-toxic, concentrated and easy to use. BIO DREDGE oxidizes wastewater lagoon sludge into carbon dioxide through an innovative “wet burn” process. BIO DREDGE helps ...

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.

Nitrogen Generator

by ABSOGER SAS     based in LES BARTHES, FRANCE

ABSOGER NITROGEN GENERATORS, based on the PSA principle and carbon catalyst, produce nitrogen, which allow you to reduce the O2 content to 1-5 % in your rooms. ABSOGER NITROGEN GENERATORS allow you to treat between 100 and 1200 tons of fruits a day when you pull down your rooms to Controlled Atmosphere for the first time or after having opened ...

The Modular Reed Bed

by Greener Waste Limited     based in Wakefield, UNITED KINGDOM

Greener Waste design and install innovative waste water treatment systems created to provide award winning, carbon efficient solutions for the utilities in the UK and world wide. Our Modular Reed Beds are a simple cost-effective solution for improving the performance and quality of Sewage Treatment Works’ final effluents. They have the ...

Model BNR - Biological Nutrient Removal

by Environmental Protection Technologies Ltd. (EPT)     based in ISRAEL

High organic and nutrients loading capacity, High effluent quality, Complete nitrification and denitrification, Carusell 2000 patented design (cooperation with DHV Water, Holland), Special multizone design, Laxtury P-removal, Low operation costs, Small footprint.

Reduction In Nitrogen And Phosphorus Levels

by Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies     based in West Midlands, UNITED KINGDOM

The Biodenipho™ process reduces to a minimum the content of nitrogen and phosphorus in wastewater in addition to significantly reducing organic matter (BOD), ammonia and suspended solids.

DeAmmon - Nitrogen Removal System

by HydroThane STP BV     based in KC `s Hertogenbosch, NETHERLANDS

DeAmmon is nitrogen-reduction process developed for nitrogen removal from high concentrated streams such as industrial waste water and sludge dewatering supernatant from digested wastewater sludge. The great advantages of the DeAmmon process compared to the conventional nitrogen removal are the significantly lower oxygen consumption and conversion ...

SAGR - Total Nitrogen Removal

by Nelson Environmental Inc.     based in Winnipeg, MANITOBA (CANADA)

New effluent quality regulations or changes to the ultimate discharge point of a wastewater treatment system can require that a system meet new Total Nitrogen (TN) effluent limits. For wastewater treatment systems requiring TN removal, a de-nitrification unit process for nitrate removal follows the SAGR nitrification process.

Symbios - Tubular Plasma Reactor (TPR)

by Symbios Technologies LLC.     based in Fort Collins, COLORADO (USA)

The Symbios Tubular Plasma Reactor (TPR) features a continuous flow reactor (of significantly improved design) with patent-pending nanotechnology and advanced electrode improvements relative to the first-generation technology, previously proven by Symbios’ inventors to generate plasma and to treat organic pollutants and microorganisms ...

Purestream - Package Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR)

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

Purestream's Sequencing Batch Reactors bring STATE-OF-THE-ART, modern technology to a 75 year old proven process for biologically treating wastwater. The SBR system is a natural process of FILL, REACT, SETTLE, DECANT, and IDLE without the use of chemicals. The necessary bacteria, which are found everywhere in nature, can be selectively chosen and ...

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