bioreactor hybrid News

  • Envirogen and Inotec Enter Joint Technology Development Agreement to Advance Bioreactor Performance for Water Treatment

    Envirogen Technologies, Inc. and Inotec, Inc. announced that they have entered into a joint technology development agreement to advance the performance of bioreactors in groundwater, mining water and a broad range of wastewater treatment applications. The initial focus of the development activity will be on reducing the amount of substrate (electron donor) required to successfully operate ...

    By Envirogen Technologies Inc.

  • MyFAST product announcement

    Dependable, Affordable…FAST The proven, safe, reliable MyFASTTM wastewater treatment systems are ideally suited for use in for decentralized and distributed applications in flows ranging from 40,000 GPD (150 m3/d) to 160,000 GPD (600 m3/d), this monolithic system utilizes multiple treatment units in one tank. This culminates in a large, decentralized system ideally suited for ...

    By BioMicrobics, Inc.

  • GE to present three papers detailing Wastewater Management at Singapore International Water Week

    Singapore International Water Week will take place June 1-5, 2014, in Singapore, and GE (NYSE: GE) will have experts from its water and process technologies business on-site to present technical papers and posters. Three papers will be presented as part of the “Treatment Processes and Energy Recovery—Effective and Efficient Wastewater Management” ...

    By General Electric

  • EnviroSim Releases BioWin 5.1

    Building on the successful history of the BioWin line, BioWin 5.1 continues to provide rigorous mathematical models for wastewater treatment plant process simulation. The primary focus of this release has been to improve both steady state and dynamic simulation speed, particularly for (a) large flowsheets incorporating many elements; and (b) systems incorporating biofilm elements (e.g. ...

    By EnviroSim Associates Ltd.

  • SD business case – clean conventional fuels

    The National Energy Board predicts that Canada’s crude oil requirements will increase by at least 20% by 2025. As the Canadian and global demand for oil continues to grow, and with current oil prices passing US$100/barrel in 2008, many projects which were previously not viable are now attractive for investment. This creates an increasingly pressing need to address the environmental ...


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