Nutrient Removal Equipment

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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 ...

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.

Catalytic ECO-NOx systems

by EcoSpray Technologies S.r.l.     based in Voghera, ITALY

Ecospray’s catalytic ECO-NOx systems use SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) technology to remove nitrogen oxides from all internal combustion processes, including large marine diesel engines. Due to the use of highly efficient catalysts, Ecospray is able to guarantee excellent performance with NOx reduction up to 98%, even at medium-low ...

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.

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.

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 ...

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.

Aquatech - Enhanced Membrane Bioreactor (AQUA-EMBR)

by Aquatech International Corporation     based in Canonsburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

9’10” (3 m) long 8” PVC modules with compact 0.2” (5.2 mm) permanent hydrophilic low-fouling ultrafiltration Membranes; Membranes active area of 355 ft2 (33m2) per module. Fine drum screen. Epoxy coated v-crimp carbon steel aeration tank with duplex tubular diffusers installed. Twin lobe rotary blower with variable frequency drive (VFD) & ...

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