Containerized water treatment solutions eliminate many challenges associated with developing a large-scale wastewater or desalination facility.
The City of Geneva is located on the Seneca Lake in the wine-producing area of New York known as the Finger Lakes region.
A high performance treatment solution for high quality water, with a compact footprint and automated operation and low maintenance. Download the case brief for an example of real-world installations of our water reuse system.
Metawater has 20 years of experience in North America, and over 40 years worldwide.
Our mobile ceramic membrane filtration equipment is recommended for scattered areas with poor quality water, and areas where operation and maintenance of water treatment plant is difficult. Download the case brief for examples of real-world installations of our ceramic membrane filtration system.
The Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District (BCMUD) in Brushy Creek, TX contracted Pall in 2014 to perform a process study of a microfiltration system first commissioned in 2006, and expanded in 2009.
The installation of a new water treatment system at the Plum Creek Water Purification facility in Castle Rock, Colo. is enabling the town to treat and deliver renewable surface water to residents and businesses.
Desalination Technology Transforms 650 m3/day of Abused Industrial Wastewater
Panama City Beach is situated on 27 miles of white-sand beaches in the panhandle of Northwest Florida. The city is ecologically significant in that it is surrounded by thousands of acres of protected wetlands which are part of the West Bay Ecosystem.
The Township of Shenandoah, Virginia was forced to comply with new regulations being enforced by the United States EPA concerning the removal of Cryptosporidium and Giardia Cysts from surface waters. Previously, no filtration was required.
Wastewater treatment lagoons were originally facultative in design — shallow, single and multi-cell lagoon systems that counted on wind, sunlight, anaerobic bacteria, and time for the digestion of the organic components of the wastewater.
As global conditions place more stress on water resources, a great deal of attention is being paid to water reuse technologies, particularly those that facilitate the reuse of the next level of difficult-to-treat or highly variable raw water sources.
Wastewater filtration is often part of the tertiary treatment process that involves the final removal of suspended particles from water that has passed through both the primary and secondary treatment phases and immediately precedes disinfection. As the water passes through the filter, residual suspended material and bacteria is trapped in the filter and are removed from the filtered water. Passage can be blocked by physical obstruction, biological action, adsorption, absorption or a combination of ways. Wastewater filtration is usually the final step in the solids removal process.
With regulations increasing around wastewater effluent, the use of ultrafiltration and microfiltration systems in further polishing effluent has grown. Sand or activated carbon filters can provide a media for bacterial decomposition of nutrients, converting nitrates into nitrogen gas. The rise of water reuse applications is also fueling the increasing use of filters during the final polishing stages of the wastewater treatment process.