MyFAST® Wastewater Treatment System

Source: Bio-Microbics, Inc.


Available for flows ranging from 20,000 gal/day (75 m3/d) to 160,000 gal/day (600 m3/d), the MyFAST® system utilizes multiple treatment units in one tank. This culminates in a large, decentralized system ideally suited for smaller municipalities and isolated schools and business parks that release effluent directly into vulnerable environments.

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Engineered to fit most applications, typical applications include:

Residential:   • Multi-Family Properties • Clustered Subdivisions • Suburban Subdivisions • Housing Developments • Recreational Facilities • Apartment Complexes • Military Facilities • Communities/Villages • Small Municipalities

Commercial:   • Restaurants • Schools/Universities • RV & Mobile Home Parks • Office Parks • Resort Areas/Hotels • Highway Rest Areas • Country Club/Golf Courses • Shopping Centers • Grocery stores • Food/Beverage Facilities

The Real Beauty of this Remarkable System is How Well it Works.

FAST® is simply great technology, based on environmentally sound and simple scientific principles. The FAST (Fixed Activated Sludge Treatment) process employs a unique hybrid combination of attached and suspended growth in an aerobic, packed bed bioreactor. This proven IFAS (Integrated Fixed-Film Activated Sludge) combination includes the stability of fully-submerged, fixed-film media and the effectiveness of activated sludge treatment, making the innovative, patented FAST system technologically advanced and extraordinarily reliable.

Nitrogen Reduction

Nitrification and denitrification projects are much easier with FAST technology. Multiple biological, bio-chemical, chemical and physical processes occur simultaneously within the FAST wastewater treatment system. FAST® wastewater treatment systems have proven themselves to consistently reduce nitrogen levels – including nitrates and all other nitrogen species – at exceptionally high percentage rates.

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