Respirometry News

  • EBS to participate in microbiome study

    EBS to Participate in Microbiome Study Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment and Digester Study As announced in our newsletter, EBS is now partnered with Microbe Detectives (MD) of Milwaukee, WI to apply advanced metagenomics to wastewater treatment applications. The first joint project among Microbe Detectives, EBS, and several other MD Alliance Partners is to study ...

  • BM-Advance Respirometer for the SINOPEC GROUP in China

    The Chinese SURCIS distributor in China, the company Dingjia Electrics, has just acquired a BM-Advance respirometerfor SINOPEC GROUP. Sinopec Group, is one of the major state-owned petroleum energy and chemicals companies in China, headquartered in Chaoyang District, Beijing. Sinopec's business includes oil and gas exploration, refining, and marketing; production and sales of petrochemicals, ...


    By SURCIS, S.L.

  • SURCIS launches the BM-Advance Pro respirometer

    The BM-Advance Pro is a BM respirometry system where it has been introduced an important improvement to the existing BM-Advance model. This upgrade is the inclusion of the Redox potential (ORP) in the BM-Advance measurements. The reason for including this new parameter stems from the fact that through numerous published studies and experiences it has been demonstrated that Redox potential, ...


    By SURCIS, S.L.

  • Surcis appoints new distributor in Singapore on view to a confirmed project of one BM-Advance respirometry system for the National University of Singapore

    The company Vector Biomed (http://www.vbm.com.sg/index.html) has reached an agreement with Surcis to distribute exclusive the BM multipurpose respirometer analyzers in Singapore. This agreement is generated as a result of the previous talks between Surcis and the National University of Singapore - Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering ( ...


    By SURCIS, S.L.

  • BASF company acquires one BM-Advance respirometry system to control the wastewater treatment plant

    The company BASF Española in Tarragona-Spain (http://www.basf.es/ecp1/Spain/es/) has just acquired one BM-Advance respirometry system and, as part of the purchase, a Respirometry training cycle is on the way. In general, this BM respirometer will be used for the biological process management and especially for studies on the influence that may have different values of temperature, pH and ...


    By SURCIS, S.L.

  • Surcis launch a new Respirometer version: THE BM-T+

    SURCIS has just launched the new model BM-T+ respirometer in replacement of the old BM-T. Thanks to this new version, all lab. BM respirometers of SURCIS (BM-EVO, BM-Advance and BM-T+) have been unified under the same criteria of performance and with same software for all current models of laboratory. The possible advantages of this new model are that it has got a smaller size and its ...


    By SURCIS, S.L.

  • Paques nominated in Global Water Awards

    Balk, March 2nd 2011 - Paques, worldwide market leader in anaerobic wastewater and gas treatment that either produce energy from wastewater while purifying the water and facilitating reuse, has been nominated as ‘Water Technology Company of the Year’ in the Global Water Awards 2011 of Global Water Intelligence (GWI), high-value business information leader for the ...


    By Paques B.V.

  • Biothane will supply its first anaerobic treatment plant in Czech Republic together with Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies

    In partnership with the local Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies (VWS) subsidiary VWS MEMSEP, Biothane will supply anaerobic wastewater treatment to the long-established Czech brewery Svijany.     The combined anaerobic and aerobic project includes Biothane’s Biobed EGSB (Expanded Granular Sludge Bed) technology and an upgrade of the existing aerobic treatment. ...

  • Even soil feels the heat

    Twenty years of field studies reveal that as the Earth has gotten warmer, plants and microbes in the soil have given off more carbon dioxide. So-called soil respiration has increased about one-tenth of 1 percent per year since 1989, according to an analysis of past studies in this week's issue of Nature. The scientists also calculated the total amount of carbon dioxide flowing from soils, which ...

  • Soil CO2 emissions may continue for longer than previously thought

    Current models of soil carbon suggest CO2 emissions caused by rising temperatures will decrease over time. However, a recent study, which deliberately warmed soil for ten years, found no evidence of such a decline. The results indicate that our understanding of soil carbon dynamics may need revisiting. Soil is one of the most important carbon stores in the world. Just 0.1 per cent of carbon ...

  • GWE strengthens its market position in China with its 47th project being awarded

    Global Water Engineering (GWE) reinforced its leading position in the anaerobic waste water treatment market in China with its 47th order.This time the project is for anaerobic treatment of combined leachate from waste incineration and landfill in Guangzhou province. The 30,000 kg COD/day wastewater input will be treated in two ANUBIXTM-B reactors.Mr. Jean Pierre Ombregt, Chairman & CEO of ...

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