World Water Works, Inc. is a highly focused company in the wastewater treatment sector. We are driven to provide industrial and municipal customers proven and cost-effective wastewater treatment solutions delivering superior effluent quality.
We are a passionate and adaptable company providing value through expertly engineered products and technologies. Founded in 1998, we have unparalleled depth of application knowledge and experience.
We have offices located throughout the US, India, and UAE with a fully integrated in-house manufacturing facility at our headquarters in Oklahoma City, OK. This strategically positions us to control schedule while delivering the highest quality products and solutions at the lowest cost of ownership. Working hand-in-hand with our customers, we optimize wastewater treatment solutions globally.
We at World Water Works are ensuring our wastewater treatment solutions meet today’s challenges while preparing for tomorrow’s water needs.
World Water Works, Inc.
4000 SW 113th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73173
Contact: Neil McAdam
Many food processing facilities operating today were designed and built to accommodate consumer habits of a bygone era. As those commercial markets have evolved, and industry has adapted to the changes, the wastewater plants at those sites are no longer capable of processing the waste generated during production.
World Water Works’ DEMON process can solve the problem of returning high concentrations of ammonia to the plant influent. The true key to the success of the technology is the patented advanced biological process controls and the physical separation used to facilitate the growth and retention of the anammox bacteria.
World Water Works specializes in the combination of the MBBR technology with Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge (IFAS) technology or Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) technology for advanced wastewater treatment.
If you're seeking innovation, take a few moments to hear Daniel Dair, VP of Innovation at World Water Works, describe the inDENSE process. The result of a research project first launched five years ago, the process increases clarifier settleability at conventional activated sludge treatment plants, with configurations that can also address biological phosphorus removal. Dair reports sludge volume index (SVI) improvements of almost 50 percent at some facilities, as well as increased clarifier loading rates and better management of solids retention time (SRT) and mixed liquor concentrations. Learn more in this video overview.
World Water Works inDENSE™ system increases process throughput and performance through the selection of dense sludge aggregates with improved settling rates and the promotion of enhanced biological phosphorus removal (EBPR).
Ephrata Borough Authority WRRF, located in the MidAtlantic region of the United States, has been battling chronic sludge settling issues since undergoing a BNR upgrade in 2011 to meet new permit limits. During the winter months, SVI values have reached as high as 300 mL/g.
The aluminum casting facility of a producer of semifabricated aluminum products utilizes a closed-loop contact water system that supplies water to multiple DC casting pits. An existing induced air flotation (IAF) system was used for the reduction of TSS, NTU, oil and grease, followed by a cooling tower. The treated and cooled water was then reused in the caster as contact water. The IAF had a removal efficiency of approximately 40 percent, required regular maintenance attention, operated at 125 HP and used an excessive amount of chemistry, resulting in extraordinarily high operating costs.
Ladysmith, BC is home to nearly 8,000 people on the western coast of Canada and has a history of coal mining, forestry, rail and marine industry. An existing wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) provided treatment to the town’s wastewater before discharging to the Ladysmith Harbor. The plant removed primarily particulate matter and suspended solids from the wastewater to be driven to a composting site. The existing system met some needs, but would not be able to achieve the future BOD and TSS effluent limits proposed to the town.
Hopewell Water Renewal (HWR) is a 50 MGD secondary wastewater treatment plant that treats the wastewater from local industries and domestic sources of the Hopewell, VA area. The plant began operating in 1977 and treats approximately 85% industrial waste. The facility achieves the treatment permit requirements for both BOD and TSS; however, treatment regulations have changed over the years and now require the removal of nutrients. HWR discharges effluent into Gravelly Run, a tributary of the James River and Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
Alchemist Brewery is a microbrewery specializing in brewing, packaging and distributing its award-winning IPA beer, Heady Topper. An unprecedented following of the signature ale drove the need for a larger brewery and retail sales center. The brewery operates with a profound respect for environmental responsibility, so with a new facility in the horizon, there was opportunity to explore wastewater treatment system options that would allow them to minimize their impact on the town’s wastewater infrastructure.