biochemical wastewater treatment Applications

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Industrial wastewater treatment for industries

by MIOX Corporation     based in Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO (USA)

MIOX is the lowest cost supplier of chlorine for disinfection and oxidation of wastewater prior to discharge. Mixed Oxidant Solution (MOS) chemistry is more effective at biofilm control, Biochemical and Chemical oxygen demand removal (BOD/COD), breakpoint chlorination of ammonia and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) removal.

Wastewater treatment for the textile industry

by Toro Equipment S.L.     based in La Cistérniga, SPAIN

A reduction in the Biochemical Oxygen Demand BOD5, produced in the bleaching, washing and dying processes for textiles.

Wastewater treatment solutions for fat, oil & grease

by QM Environmental Services Ltd.     based in The Hague, NETHERLANDS

Proper waste treatment and free-flowing plumbing lines are critically tied to one another. Of the many products marketed which claim to aid plumbing problems, MICROCAT® products are unique. They offer a combination of micro organisms, enzymes (biochemical catalysts) and other ingredients which act together naturally to soften, loosen, remove and break down greases, fats and oils in plumbing lines, sewer systems, pump stations and treatment plants, thus keeping them clean and odour free. Developed through the years, MICROCAT® products, whether dry or liquid are capable of safely and effectively loosening and digesting the troublesome substances, which clog drainage systems and cause odours. When used on a regular basis, MICROCAT® products can result in savings on operational and maintenance costs.

TOC Correlation to BOD or COD

by GE Analytical Instruments     based in Boulder, COLORADO (USA)

Challenge: Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) and Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) are traditional parameters analyzed in the laboratory to determine organic matter in water and wastewater. Wastewater facility operators need to have constant data to monitor their discharges and optimize treatment processes (biological treatment, chemical dosing, etc). The requirements of BOD and COD analysis prevent them from being implemented as control parameters, however. The BOD five-day analysis time requirement does not allow an operator to use the data for process optimization and. although COD requires less time than the BOD, its analysis includes the use of hazardous chemicals and has no constant analysis capability.

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