anaerobic wastewater treatment Equipment

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Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment Plant

by WeDoTanks.com LLC     based in Sahuarita, ARIZONA (USA)

Over 20 years of experience in the design of wastewater treatment plants have given wedotanks.com the know-how to design and construct the best precast concrete tanks and systems for both aerobic wastewater treatment plants and anaerobic wastewater treatment plants. Whether you are a municipality or a private company, wedotanks.com (f/k/a HTI ...


Aerobic Wastewater Treatment Plants

by WeDoTanks.com LLC     based in Sahuarita, ARIZONA (USA)

Over 20 years of experience in the design of aerobic wastewater treatment plants have given wedotanks.com® the know-how to design and construct the best precast concrete tanks and systems for both aerobic wastewater treatment plants and anaerobic wastewater treatment plants for nitrification/denitrification and biological Phosphorus removal.

FreshAWL - Model WOW-Air B™ - Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment System

by FreshAWL, LLC     based in Concord, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Manufactured according to the EPA's standards for DfE, FreshAWL WOW-Air B is the clean green solution for anaerobic odor reduction and elimination. Most waste water treatment systems have the inherent potential to generate and release foul odors. Systems that have anaerobic conditions must treat these odors differently than aerobic conditions.

Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment

by ADI Systems Inc.     based in Fredericton, NEW BRUNSWICK (CANADA)

Anaerobic treatment is a process in which microorganisms convert organic matter into biogas in the absence of oxygen. Anaerobic treatment is an energy-efficient process that is typically utilized to treat high-strength industrial wastewaters that are warm and contain high concentrations of BOD and/or COD and TSS. An anaerobic system can be used ...

Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment Plant

by WEHRLE Umwelt GmbH     based in Emmendingen, GERMANY

The fermentation of wastewater has gained increasing importance over the past few years. On the one hand higher organic loads can be treated, technically and economically, by anaerobc treatment. On the other hand it is possible to win back energy with the biogas produced by the fermentation process; a real benefit both economically and ...

Biothane and Biobed - Reactor Systems For Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment

by Krüger WABAG GmbH - a Veolia Water Company     based in Celle, GERMANY

Industrial wastewaters heavily laden with organic pollutants (COD > 1,000 mg/l) can be biologically and economically pre-cleaned in pellet sludge reactors to a contaminant level not higher than that of household wastewaters.

Micronutrients - Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment Plants

by Avecom     based in Wondelgem, NETHERLANDS

The Methanostim liquide portfolio improves the performance of anaerobic wastewater treatment plants!

Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment - GWE Range of Methane Reactors

by Global Water Engineering (GWE)     based in Bangkok, THAILAND

Wastewaters from the food and beverages industry, the pulp & paper industry and the chemical industry are highly loaded with organic pollutants and can be treated advantageously by means of anaerobic processes.

AnoxyBed™ - High Rate Anaerobic Reactors

by SYMBIONA SA     based in Warszawa, POLAND

The AnoxyBed technology is a very efficient tower anaerobic reactor. The main element enabling the development of methane-producing bacteria, is a a floating bed with biomass. The reactor reduces pollutants and, at the same time, converts them into biogasproviding a sustainable and safe energy source. Moreover, the treated effluent requires only ...

Biomar - Model AFB, ASBx & OMB - Biological Wastewater Treatment Plant

by EnviroChemie GmbH     based in Rossdorf bei Darmstadt, GERMANY

Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment With Biogas Production - Energy From Wastewater. One special characteristic of anaerobic technology is that it acidifies and ferments organic carbon compounds to produce the end products, methane and carbon dioxide. Anaerobic methods do not require any oxygen aeration and produce little excess sludge.

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