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In the early 20th century, Cities began to adopt the biological methods that now form the basis by which wastewater treatment plants function. Microorganisms act to catalyze the oxidation of biodegradable organics and other contaminants generating innocuous by-products such as carbon dioxide, water and biomass (sludge). Simply put, bacteria grow and divide, producing biosolids and clean water effluent. Today, this metabolism occurs in wastewater...
In-Pipe Technology dramatically reduces the load on the WWTP increasing plant CAPACITY, reducing SLUDGE, and reducing energy costs associated with aeration by converting the sewer collection system into an active, beneficial part of the wastewater treatment process. Working with engineering firms, In-Pipe Technology can help defer plant expansion, reduce plant expansion costs, and greatly increase the useful life of new and existing INFRASTRUCTURE.
In-Pipe Technology improves WATER QUALITY for discharge or reuse by reducing influent organic loading and effluent pollutant levels. In-Pipe Technology has helped compliant plants function more efficiently and helped non-compliant plants achieve their targets. In-Pipe Technology works with both conventional treatment processes and advanced treatment designs including BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL and MEMBRANE BIOREACTORS.
In-Pipe Technology provides ENGINEERING and LABORATORY SUPPORT to solve wastewater treatment challenges with a cost-effective and custom approach for every industrial and municipal plant. In-Pipe Technology's in-house LABORATORY provides confidential chemical and microbiological profiling of wastewater samples.
In-Pipe Technology increases OPERATING EFFICIENCIES by reducing influent organic loading and the costs associated with sludge handling and disposal, expensive chemicals, energy usage, and FOG. In-Pipe Technology reduces H2S odor and corrosion, extending and protecting the life of the existing infrastructure by converting the sewer collection system into an active, beneficial part of the wastewater treatment process.