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Deammonification Process Brings Carbon, Energy, and Sludge Reductions
Over the past decade and a half, a growing number of U.S. utilities have found that moving bed biofilm technology provides an effective alternative for expanding or improving wastewater treatment. Because of their small footprint, moving bed bioreactors (MBBR) and integrated fixed film activated sludge (IFAS) represent especially attractive options. This is particularly true for site-constrained facilities or those wanting to retrofit existing tankage.
Being Energy Neutral
Lessons from wastewater treatment plants overseas point the way toward energy self-sufficiency for facilities in North America
Membrane Technologies: A Clear Choice For Water Reuse
Population growth, decreasing supply volumes and quality, and droughts are leading to increased competition for freshwater among municipal, agricultural, power generation, and industrial manufacturing venues. Consequently, it's critical to maximize product water yield from brackish sources and minimize adverse envionmental impacts caused by waste disposal.
Zero Discharge Desalination Holds Promise of Maximum Water Recovery
The ZDD process, using NF and EDM, maximizes the volume of product water from the brackish source while minimizing impact to the environment caused by concentrate disposal.
Trace Organic Compounds: What Goes In Must Come Out
Chemically enhanced high rate settling shows promise in removing harmful compunds such as pharmaceuticals and consumer products from wastewater.
A Case for Transparency
The latest monitoring technology helps the Hampton Roads Sanitation District take subjectivity out of the equation when assessing odor issues.
Expanding Treatment Capacity
Retrofitting IFAS systems in existing activated sludge plants
Converting wastewater treatment systems from energy consumers to energy producers
"Kruger's Exelys™ process was developed to overcome the challenges of thermal hydrolysis and build upon the efficiencies of the process."
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