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Memthane® Anaerobic Membrane Bio-Reactor

Source: Veolia Water Technologies

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Anaerobic Membrane Bio-Reactor technology opens the door to the treatment of high-strength waste streams previously considered economically untreatable through traditional anaerobic processes alone. Memthane® technology maximizes renewable energy production while producing superb quality effluent that can be reused or discharged directly to the sewer.

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Anaerobic Membrane Bio-Reactor technology opens the door to the treatment of high-strength waste streams previously considered economically untreatable through traditional anaerobic processes alone. Memthane® Anaerobic Membrane technology maximizes renewable energy production while producing superb quality effluent that can be reused or discharged directly to the sewer.

The combination of Veolia’s anaerobic biological wastewater treatment technology and Pentair’s X-Flow ultrafiltration membrane separation process allows for maximum COD and TSS removal eliminated or reduced disposal cost and the generation of methane rich biogas.

In addition to its performance advantages, Memthane® Anaerobic Membrane Technology delivers a significant total operating costs reduction compared to conventional technologies, taking into account all elements, including membranes, chemicals, sludge disposal and overall energy savings. The simple, single, fully automated reactor system offers the possibility of remote control.

Memthane® Anaerobic Membrane Technology is the perfect solution for:

  • High concentrated streams
    • COD 15,000 ~ 250,000 ppm such as Dairy whey
  • Ethanol Facilities
    • Stillage type streams: Pot Ale, Spent Wash, Thin Stillage and Vinasse
  • Fat Oil and Grease (FOG) containing streams
    • Ice cream and Biodiesel
  • Starch slurries
  • High COD chemical applications

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