The Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) is one of the most advanced wastewater treatment technologies available in the world today as it combines the benefits of both the suspended and the attached growth process.
Combiblock units are wastewater treatment plants which complement our range of prefabricated plants. They are ready for above ground installation and capable to serve municipal - sewage or various industrial applications.
Bioset wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) are prefabricated and ready for on-site assembly and above ground installation. They are designed to serve municipal sewage or various industrial applications.
Development of industrial production as well as a need to save water within the framework of manufacturing processes result in increased pollutants concentration in wastewater discharged from production. Simultaneously demands for decreased operational costs concerning sludge disposal and electricity requirements rise. One of the possible ...
Biogas utilisation as a by-product of anaerobic treatment for electrical or thermal energy production. A highly calorific biogas is a by-product of anaerobic treatment that can be burned in its own boiler room, or fed to a central boiler in the plant. For larger volumes of biogas produced it is advantageous to install a cogeneration unit for ...
In the AnoxKaldnes MBBR biofilm technology, the biofilm grows protected within engineered plastic carriers, which are carefully designed with high internal surface area. These biofilm carriers are suspended and thoroughly mixed throughout the water phase. With this technology, it is possible to handle extremely high loading conditions without any ...
Aerated lagoons are used extensively in many areas for treatment of both municipal and industrial wastewater. In North America there are thousands of larger lagoons treating municipal wastewater. These systems can adequately remove COD and BOD but nitrification is not readily accomplished giving poor nitrogen removal.
BioKube’s Mars 5000 system is a STP most commonly used for smaller residential housing groups or tourist accommodation sites. The Mars 5000 system is typically installed after a buffer tank and a septic tank either in- or above ground.
BioKube’s Mars systems are small STP plants most commonly used for single households or smaller residential groups producing up to 30 m³ wastewater a day. The Mars 3000 system is typically installed after a septic tank either in- or above ground.
BioKube’s Jupiter Above Ground (A.G) systems are STP plants commonly used for treating waste water from hotels, resorts & smaller villages with daily inlet values of up to 250 m³. The systems are installed above ground after a septic tank and a buffer tank.
BioKube’s Jupiter systems are STP plants commonly used for treating waste water from hotels, resorts & smaller villages with daily inlet values of up to 250 m³. The systems are typically installed underground in front of a septic tank and a buffer tank.
The BioKube BioReactor is most commonly used for treating wastewater from smaller villages and factories and retro fit with daily wastewater outlet of more than 100 m³. The system is designed for placement in in-situ casted concrete tanks.
Modular treatment units that fit into multi-ple wastewater solutions, e.g. sedimenta-tion -or mechanical pre-treatment and bio-sludge removal. The Saturn units are installed above ground to minimize civil work and are typical used for systems between 100-2000m3.
Our membrane bioreactor (MBR) plants are packaged, prefabricated units in mono-block structures that have external dimensions equivalent to ISO containers (same height and width). Our MBR plants are easy to transport, install and relocate. MBR plants are designed only for above ground installation and are suitable capable to serve ...