Biofiltration News

  • Warden Biomedia wins Turkish Contract for Airport in Jordan

    Warden Biomedia, the UK’s leading random biological filter media manufacturer, has won a contract with Turkish water treatment company, Yeditepe Aritma to supply its innovative Biopipe 600 product. Istanbul based Yeditepe Aritma will use Warden’s Biopipe in a new MBBR plant at Queen Alia International Airport, Amman, the capital of Jordan, which they have been contracted to ...


    By Warden Biomedia

  • Warden Biomedia at Amsterdam’s Aquatech

    Warden Biomedia, one of the UK’s leading random biological filter media manufacturers, is exhibiting at this year’s Aquatech in Amsterdam from the 3-6th November. The company specialises in the research and development of random filter media for aeration and biological treatment plants. It will be showcasing its eco-friendly trickling filter and biological filter media which have ...


    By Warden Biomedia

  • UrbanGreen BioFilter Provides Cost-Effective Solution for Public Schools

    Salem, Oregon - In November of 2008, voters within the Salem-Keizer Public School district passed a $242.1 million school construction bond - one of the largest in Oregon history. As part of the bond, the community wanted to increase school safety, renovate and upgrade existing facilities, ensure independent oversight for bond projects and build four new schools to alleviate ...

  • AWWA to host biofiltration webcast on Nov. 2

    The American Water Works Association (AWWA) announced today that it will host the “Biofiltration: A Low-Cost Solution to High-Quality Water (W1115)” webcast on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, at 1:00 p.m. EDT. The webcast will describe the advantages of utilizing biofiltration to improve water quality and reduce treatment costs. Presenters will discuss approaches to enhance hydraulics and ...

  • Cleaning up the effects of stormwater with biofilters

    Stormwater in urban areas can have negative effects on both the quantity and quality of surface- and ground-waters. Biofiltration systems are a popular form of water treatment, but information on their performance with stormwater is limited to laboratory studies. This research is the first to evaluate three biofiltration systems in practice. Biofiltration systems (otherwise known as biofilters, ...

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