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Articles2020-05-09T19:56:17+00:00

Treatment of Petrochemical Wastewater by Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor Technology

  In attached growth process, the microorganisms grow on the media such as plastic, stone, and etc. The media in the aeration tank can be as flotation bed or fixed bed. The microorganisms attached to the solid surfaces are basically from the heterotroph group of activated sludge, which use from organic carbon as a food source for the biomass production. For the formation of biofilm on the media, the components [...]

March 22nd, 2021|Articles|

MBR PILOT

    Target Customers: End-Users who want reuse their wastewater Consulting Engineers Companies Contractors who need design parameters Membrane Manufacturers who need to check their modules performance Why Pilot: Finding best flux and then surface area of membranes Reality of treated water characteristics then choosing next processes. Find out best operation data To do performance tests on different MBR modules General View: Transportable Skid Sun light and dust resistance equipment [...]

February 10th, 2021|Articles|

ZERO LIQUID DISCHARGE

ZLD is a wastewater treatment process in which all wastewater purified and recycled; Therefore, Leaving zero discharge at the end of the treatment cycle. An efficient and well-designed ZLD Should be able to: Eliminating liquid Wastewater Discharge Generating solids for landfill disposal or reusing(treat and retrieve valuable byproduct from your waste) Recovering around 95% of your liquid waste for reusing Allow for required chemical volume adjustments Major drive for ZLD [...]

May 5th, 2020|Articles|

MBR TECHNOLOGY

it is one of the newest rapidly growing sewage treatment technologies in this industry.  MBR membranes replace sedimentation, sand filtration and disinfection methods that were used in traditional methods of activated sludge . MBR submerged modules locate in a biological tank (active sludge) or in a lateral tank, under vacuum operation, while the biomass remains behind the membrane, .Water passes through and out of the membrane and the module. MBR [...]

May 5th, 2020|Articles|