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Membrane Filtration is a physical separation process filtering certain substances from a given media. In water and wastewater treatment, porous membranes are most commonly used; whereas more dense membranes are needed for specific requirements.
The term Tertiary Treatment - by now well established in wastewater treatment - describes the further treatment of the secondary effluent of a conventional treatment plant by means of membrane filtration e.g. for disinfection purposes.
To prepare the industrial effluent for anaerobic treatment, the pH-value and the temperature of the raw wastewater are regulated in a pretreatment step in a conditioning tank. The liquid will also be mixed with recycled, treated anaerobic effluent from a recirculation step to attain a homogenous body. Nutrients are added if necessary to achieve optimal growth conditions for the anaerobic biomass in the Biobed® EGSB reactor.
Every industrial waste water is unique. With our range of pilot plants, we can develop solutions for your waste water treatment directly on site. Piloting will help solve complex issues in industrial and municipal waste water treatment. The core of the MBR technology is the interaction of an activated sludge system and an advanced membrane filtration, e.g. as a replacement of conventional secondary clarifiers, as Tertiary Treatment, or in hybrid...
Aquantis provides chemical industries with tailor-made water and wastewater treatment systems. Our focused approach and in-depth knowledge ensures a high safety standard, compliance with environmental requirements, high reliability and long-term cost effectiveness. Our goal is to fulfill the most demanding requirements of the chemical industry.