biological wastewater treatment plant Equipment in Oklahoma

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Biological Oxidation System (TEAM)

by American Environmental Fabrication & Supply, LLC     based in Hulbert, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Carbon that is 'activated' undergoes a treatment that opens up millions of tiny pores to enhance the carbon material's adsorbent properties. The carbon treatment creates a very large internal carbon surface area, which is key to the filtration of activated carbon. With more surface area, the more the carbon can adsorb. One pound of activated ...

Demon - Water Treatment System

by World Water Works, Inc.     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

High concentrations of ammonia in effluent present a continuing problem for municipal wastewater plants and many industrial facilities. World Water Works’ DEMON® deammonification system can solve the problem.  DEMON® is an acronym for DEamMONnification. It

Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR)

by World Water Works, Inc.     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor MBBR process is a state-of-the-art fixed-film (or attached growth) biological process used for wastewater treatment both municipally and industrially for BOD removal, nitrification and denitrification.

Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge (IFAS)

by World Water Works, Inc.     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge (IFAS) process is a state-of-the-art biological process used in treatment of municipal and industrial wastewaters for BOD removal, nitrification and denitrification. The process is a hybrid of suspended growth and fixed-film (attached growth) process and may be viewed as a combination of Ac

IDEAL - Model S-SELECT - Conventional Activated Sludge System (CAS)

by World Water Works, Inc.     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Conventional Activated Sludge (CAS) is the predominant wastewater treatment technology globally. One key requirement of this technology is the ability to effectively separate the liquid and solids fractions. Floating or bulking sludge, at least temporarily, has affected the treatment capacity and performance of many of these facilities. World

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