membrane aeration News

  • How Does the Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor Work?

    Aerobic digestion and nitrification-denitrification work together thanks to an innovative membrane system One of the most talked-about new wastewater treatment technologies is the membrane aerated biofilm reactor (MABR), which is revolutionizing WWT. The discussion, however, ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Water Services, Inc. (WSI) awarded Wastewater Treatment contract from US Air Force for Iraq & Syria

    Water Services, Inc. (WSI) awarded Wastewater Treatment contract from US Air Force to supply MBRs (submerged membrane bioreactor) for use in the Middle East region. The MBRs are completely containerized, mobile and can be moved where needed. The effluent produced by the MBRs ...


    By Water Services Inc.

  • Fluence to exhibit its latest technologies at IFAT 2018

    May 14-18, Munich, Germany. Hall A2, Booth 205. Visit the Fluence stand at hall A2, booth 205 to meet our experts who’ll share onsite demos of our efficient, effective and highly sustainable solutions. Fluence will showcase our latest solutions in water, wastewater and waste-to-energy. Municipal Wastewater Treatment Fluence’s advanced MABR (Membrane Aerated Biofilm ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Fluence Honored for Decentralized Water and Wastewater Treatment Solutions

    Visionary technical innovation and customer impact are cited by Frost & Sullivan Frost & Sullivan recently announced that it´s awarding the 2018 Global Decentralized Water & Wastewater Treatment Company of the Year Award to Fluence. What does it take to win the award? According to Frost & Sullivan: To receive the Company of the Year Award […] ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • What Is Dissolved Air Flotation?

    In dissolved air flotation (DAF), fine bubbles attach themselves to suspended matter in a liquid, floating them to the surface for removal Dissolved air flotation (DAF) is a water treatment technology often used for the pretreatment of source water, but what exactly does it entail and how does it fit in with other technologies? DAF ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • New Zealand Facing Water Pollution Crisis

    New Zealand has cultivated an image as a country of pristine lakes, rivers, and fjords, but the image has suffered in recent years as the country’s dairy industry has experienced explosive growth. Dairy has long been a part of New Zealand’s heritage, according to the Dairy Companies Association of New Zealand. The country has in short ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Removing Dissolved Copper from wastewater effluent

    Removing Dissolved Copper in Wastewater Treatment Plant How do you meet your dissolved copper discharge limit if it is 1.6 ppb, 3.1 ppb or 6.1 ppb? What is the cost to achieve these limits? Which treatment is cost effective? Is deionization, Reverse Osmosis or chemical precipitation the best alternative to low level of dissolved copper in a wastewater system? Is it cost effective to run a Water ...


    By Jenfitch, LLC

  • Codigestion At Water Resource Recovery Facilities

    About five years ago, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) formally began using the term, water resource recovery facility (WRRF), in place of wastewater treatment plant. WEF noted that the name change reflects a changing paradigm in the water sector, focusing on recovery of water, nutrient and energy resources. In a press release announcing the change, WEF referenced codigestion ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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