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Anaerobic Digestion Microorganism Selection equipment

  • LUCAS Anaerobic

    LUCAS Anaerobic is the brand name for an anaerobic waste water treatment system which uses  Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket, Upflow Anaerobic Contact, Anaerobic Filtration and Hybrid Anaerobic Filtration technologies for treating waste water depending on specific requirement. The LUCAS Anaerobic technology is typically applied as a first ...

    By Ion Exchange Waterleau Ltd. based in Navi Mumbai, INDIA.

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    Model BS-714 - Drain Cleaner and Odor Control

    Our Drain Cleaner and Odor Control contains microorganisms that are capable of degrading a wide range of oils and greases under aerobic, facultative, anaerobic conditions. This potent biological formula has been blended with only select nutrients, stimulants, and surfactants to digest organic wastes while simultaneously destroying malodor.. These ...

    By Simple Solutions Dist. LLC based in West Milford, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Accessories - Additives Product line

  • Organica - Model Formula 33 - Microbial Aid for Waste Water Treatment Systems

    ORGANICA FORMULA-33 contains adapted micro-organisms specifically formulated for use in municipal and food processing waste-water systems. ORGANICA FORMULA-33 is composed of aerobic and facultative anaerobic micro-organisms. These microorganisms have been carefully selected from nature and adapted for optimum performance in most treatment plants.

    By Organica (UK) Limited based in Birkenhead, UNITED KINGDOM. from Waste Water Treatment Products Product line

  • e-bac - Model 2000 - Active Bacterial Cultures With Natural Enzymes

    A stable liquid concentrate containing a unique blend of 38 different species of naturally-occurring microorganisms capable of degrading complex carbohydrates and proteins, fats, oils, and grease; selected hazardous organics and odor-causing compounds. The consortium is capable of growth under aerobic, microaerophilic and anaerobic conditions.

    By The Environmental Company based in Ruth, MISSISSIPPI (USA).

  • Model BFL 4400AN - Facultative Biological Degradation

    Facultative biological degradation of a wide range of organic materials to simple organic acids. The anaerobic digestion process consists of two separate phases - Phase I and Phase II. In Phase I organic molecules in the influent are converted into simple organic acids such as acetic and propionic acids. This process is known as acetogenesis. ...

    By Biofuture Ltd based in Dublin, IRELAND. from Municipal Products Product line

  • Model BFL 4450LL - Biological Removal

    Biological removal of partially degraded and soluble organic materials in landfill leachate. The waste in domestic landfill sites is largely composed of degradable organic material. Of the total some 40% is paper while another 30% is composed of vegetable waste. The environment within the landfill is anaerobic as any air trapped in the waste ...

    By Biofuture Ltd based in Dublin, IRELAND. from Municipal Products Product line

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    BMI - Model DAF - Dissolved Air Flotation

    A range of modern machines, fully prefabricated and compact, either with circular or rectangular section, to achieve the best separation performance. In our range we manufacture frefabricated and compact machinee either with cicular or rectangular section with skid mounted solutions, and possibilities for shipment in standard ISO containers or in ...

    By Bio Mass Impianti srl (BMI) based in Trezzano s/N, ITALY.

  • Septa Clean - Model BFL - Biologically Removal

    Septic tanks are widely used in rural areas where there is no sewage collection system and it is necessary to treat domestic wastewater. Untreated wastewater from the house or group of houses flows into the septic tank where the solids separate from the liquids. The majority of the solids settle to the bottom where they are liquefied slowly. ...

    By Biofuture Ltd based in Dublin, IRELAND. from Ecocleaning Products Product line

  • Electrocoagulation Technology

    Electrocoagulation is the process of destabilizing suspended, emulsified or dissolved contaminants in an aqueous medium by introducing an electrical current into the medium. The electrical current provides the electromotive force to drive the chemical reactions. When reactions are driven or forced, the elements or compounds will approach the most ...

    By Powell Water Systems, Inc. based in Centennial, OREGON (USA).

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