Articles & Whitepapers
Did you know that microbial populations in wastewater are constantly changing? F/M or influent organic makeup and concentrations are a major influence as to what microbes are present. Other factors influencing microbial populations include temperature, pH, D.O., inhibitory compounds, and macronutrients. An underused tool in wastewater treatment is to check your system against the growth curve. A ...
Winemaking produces a large amount of wastewater with a high Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) and Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) mostly due to dissolved sugars in the wastewater. As a result, winery wastewater requires a treatment process that reduces ...
WWTP Upgrades to Activated Sludge; Takes Advantage of Special Secondary Containment Vessel for Chlorine Gas Cylinders to Continue Compliance and Safety, for Disinfection Using Gas
Equipment & Solutions
The efficiencies that can be obtained with low speed aerators depend on a number of factors. One important factor is the geometry of the basin in which the aerator will be installed. The Landy aerator can be installed in either a fixed or a floating arrangement. Regarding the geometry of the basins the options are virtually unlimited: square or rectangular tanks, round tanks, shallow or deep ...