Designed for applications from 25,000 to 100,000 GPD, the Xpress™ membrane bioreactor (MBR) packaged plant is a robust wastewater treatment process that reduces maintenance and provides reliable and efficient treatment for small-scale municipal and industrial applications.
This pre-engineered, skid-mounted system produces effluent quality with TSS <1 and turbidity <0.2 NTU suitable for most reuse applications. The compact footprint and multistage process also make this ideal for emergency or temporary wastewater treatment. Click here to learn more.
Spotlight On MBR
Membrane Surgery — A Cure For MBR By Layne Christensen
A small Vermont town is registering significant cost savings and improved efficiency after replacing original wastewater treatment membranes with high-performing Layne POREFLON Membrane Bioreactors (MBRs).
Advances In MBR: Biological Treatment With Enviroquip And 'Biohydraulics' By Ovivo
Delphos, OH, has a sewer system that is 70% combined and 30% separate. This means that 70% of the sewers collect stormwater as well as domestic and industrial waste (food processing and laundering). As a result, the new MBR system had to be designed to handle a wide range of waste and hydraulic loading.
Utilizing MBR To Meet Advanced Wastewater Treatment Needs By Siemens Water Technologies
The Grey Eagle Casino was a new commercial venture faced with a challenge: Any discharge at this location required advanced treatment, including a highly filtered effluent, that would bring total nitrogen below 10 mg/L and phosphorus below 0.5 mg/L.
Aqua-Aerobic MBR Brochure The Aqua-Aerobic MBR Membrane Bioreactor is a unique time-managed, sequential aeration process promoting biological nutrient removal in a simplified unit process.
From The Editor
A Fracking Coverup?
I’m not inclined to pick on the EPA, but in the wake of the recent report that they overstepped their authority on stormwater regulation, I saw that The Associated Press did an exposé charging the EPA with suppressing information on hydraulic fracturing’s link to drinking water contamination.
Many questions surround the selection of a technology to best fit a particular application.
• Will the procurement method be capital or lease?
• Is this facility a permanent, deployable, or interim?
• Are there loading and flow variables?
• Does the technology match the influent characteristics as well as the effluent?
The microBLOX™ MBR System effectively addresses these questions for flow ranges from 3,000 GPD to 1 MGD. Learn more.
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