Featured Articles

  1. Aqua-Aerobic Systems Partners With Middle East Representative
    2/22/2011

    Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc., a global provider of wastewater treatment solutions announces a partnership with SupplyCore Middle East (SCME), a Riyadh based service and solution provider of advanced technology to support critical infrastructure needs.

  2. Aqua-Aerobic Systems Offers Enhanced IntelliPro System With BNR And Chemical Addition Capabilities
    9/8/2010

    Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. has enhanced its proactive, comprehensive process monitoring and controls system by adding biological nutrient removal (BNR), and automatic chemical addition capabilities to the IntelliPro process management system.

  3. New MD-4 Pilot Unit Provides Customers With On-Site Analysis Of Cloth Media Technology
    8/3/2010

    The new MD-4 Cloth Media Pilot Unit is a fully enclosed, Great Dane 53 foot, drop deck trailer. At its core is a 1-disk Aqua MiniDisk® cloth media filter with several aesthetic, operational and functional upgrades providing greater flexibility for each unique customer application.

  4. Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. Purchases Swiss Company
    7/15/2010

    Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc., a leader in the design and manufacture of water and wastewater treatment equipment and systems, announces its purchase of Mecana Umwelttechnik Ag of Reichenburg Switzerland.

  5. Diamonds Are San Antonio's New Best Friend
    2/26/2010

    Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc - the leader in developing and manufacturing advanced pile cloth media filtration technology has partnered with San Antonio Water Systems (SAWS) on two wastewater treatment plant expansions that will replace aged, traveling bridge sand filters with new more efficient pile cloth media filter technology.

  6. Case Study: Clear Lake Is First In Iowa To Provide Reuse Water For Power Plant!
    3/27/2006

    Clear Lake Sanitary District (CLSD) was originally built in the early 1950s and utilized a trickling filter system. By 1988, it became evident that the treatment needs of the growing population and increasing storm flow discharges would require the plant to be upgraded

  7. Case Study: AquaSBR® System Treats High Strength Vegetable Processing Waste
    9/14/2006

    In early 1993, Birds Eye Foods was faced with a difficult decision, to construct a new wastewater treatment facility or to retrofit their existing flow-through extended aeration treatment system

  8. Case Study: Optimizing Biological Phosphorus Removal From An AquaSBR® System
    1/10/2005

    Wastewater Treatment Plant located in Middlebury, Vermont treats domestic and industrial waste received from a local dairy and a brewery. Its original treatment system consisted of a flow-through activated sludge process with primary clarifiers, anaerobic digesters, and a four-train Rotating Biological Contactor system.

  9. MacLaren's Pulp Mill Upgraded To Meet New Requirements And Aid In Protecting The Environment
    3/29/2017

    MacLaren Industries' kraft pulp mill, located in Thurso, Quebec was built in 1958 and used only a primary treatment process for treatment of its pulp waste until the mid 1990s. It was at this time that more stringent effluent requirements for BOD5 were defined for discharge into the nearby Ottawa River. To meet the new requirements and to make a commitment in protecting the environment, MacLaren decided to employ a secondary treatment process

  10. Case Study: Fountain Hills Combines Cloth Media Filtration With Membrane System To Get Reuse Quality Effluent At An Economical Cost!
    1/10/2005

    The Fountain Hills Sanitary District WWTP was first constructed in Fountain Hills, Arizona in 1974 and received an aggressive upgrade in November of 1999. The plant was in need of an upgrade because the original treatment equipment had reached the end of its life expectancy, and the tremendous growth and changing environmental regulations called for it.