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 ...

Kleiber - Model KNITSMALL - Nitrate Removal Filter for Smaller Properties

by Kleiber UK Ltd     based in Wakefield, UNITED KINGDOM

This range of filters is for the removal of nitrates for smaller properties. Fully automatic filter for the removal of Nitrates from incoming water supplies. These units can be supplied in a variety of sizes, and are suitable for smaller houses. We can advise on a suitable size depanding on your occupancy.

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.

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 ...

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 ...

EcoStorm - Model Plus 1000 - Stormwater Filtration System

by Freytech Inc.     based in Miami, FLORIDA (USA)

Freytech presents ecoStorm plus, an affordable stormwater filtration system designed to remove sediments, heavy metals and nutrients. Surface water runoff contains significant concentrations of heavy metals and other soluble pollutants. Structural Stormwater treatment systems are effective in removing sediments, but do not remove solubles such as ...

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.

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.

E3 Ammonia GreenBox - Cleans Ammonia Contamination in Water

by E3 Clean Technologies     based in Athens, OHIO (USA)

E3’s Ammonia GreenBox converts ammonia contamination in wastewater to environmentally neutral nitrogen, fuel grade hydrogen by means of a low energy/low temperature electrolysis process. Ammonia is a serious threat to the environment because of its contribution to impaired air quality, and algae growth in lakes and streams. The Ammonia ...

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.

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