Nutrient Removal Equipment

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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.

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 ...

Sequox - Biological Nutrient Removal Process

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

Cost Effective Nutrient Removal: 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.

AquaSpherePRO - Biodegradable - 500,000 gallons

by Bioverse, Inc     based in Worthington, MINNESOTA (USA)

Our best selling product, 100% natural. Designed to prevent pond issues before they arise, promoting pond health. This biodegradable product is hassel free, you just gently toss the sphere in your pond and forget about it. Sphere ships complete with our 24/7 30 day PROFormula. Will treat fresh water ponds and lakes for up to 30 days. Remember to ...

Purolite - Model A520E - Nitrate Removal

by Purolite Corporation     based in Bala Cynwyd, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Purolite A520E is a macroporous strong base anion resin which is specially designed for the removal of nitrates from water for potable processes. The macroporous matrix and special ion exchange group functionality imparts ideal nitrate selectivity to Purolite A520E making this resin particularly suitable for nitrate removal even when moderate to ...

ANPHOS - Phosphate Recovery from Wastewater

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

In order to remove phosphates from waste waters or digestate in an environmentally friendly manner the ANPHOS process can be applied. During anaerobic waste water purification the phosphate present is largely converted into ortho-phosphate, whereas the nitrogen is converted into ammonia (NH4-N). In case of aerobic pre-purification orthophosphate ...

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.

Nitrate Removal

by Hungerford & Terry, Inc.     based in Clayton, NEW JERSEY (USA)

At Hungerford & Terry, we strive to provide our clients with the most efficient treatment systems to meet their needs. Our innovative, custom-designed nitrate removal system reduces the size of the treatment plant. H&T's system uses 50 - 75% of the regenerant per cubic foot of ion exchange resin needed for a conventional system, providing ...

Nitrate Removal

by Napier-Reid Ltd.     based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Nitrate is a toxic contaminant often found in underground water sources, it usually comes from decomposition of nitrate containing waste material such as fertilizers. Strong Base Anion (SBA) Type I or II resins are habitually used for nitrate removal. A nitrate selective resin should also be used in order to avoid sulfate selection conflicts. ...

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 ...

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