Articles & Whitepapers
Microbes are the backbone of an aerobic wastewater treatment system, and they need oxygen to work efficiently Biological wastewater treatment is an economical alternative to chemical and mechanical wastewater treatments. It makes use of bacteria and other organisms to decompose organic waste present in wastewater. The microorganisms feed on the organic material to obtain the nutrients they need ...
By distributing oxygen through bodies of water, aeration can restore them to a healthy balance Aeration is the process by which air is introduced into water or another substance. Introducing ...
GURNEY ENVIRONMENTAL technicians have completed the installation of phase 1 of the Accel-o-Fac® upgrade for the City of Nelson's wastewater treatment plant. The first phase of the order included the supply of wind-powered SERIES 3 ...
Equipment & Solutions
This aerator provides subsurface directional mixing and maximum oxygen transfer while reducing energy consumption with the addition of a self-contained, high-performance regenerative blower. With thousands of units in operation around the world, Tornado subsurface aerators have a proven record of maximizing performance while minimizing energy consumption.