Wastewater Treatment Products

  1. Brands You Know. Performance You Trust
    11/20/2014

    While the Evoqua name is new, the brands you know and the performance you trust are not. Evoqua continues a 100-year tradition of helping consulting engineers and municipalities respond to market needs and evolving water standards for new plants, upgrades and retrofits.

  2. COP™ Spiral Blade Clarifier
    12/21/2011

    The WesTech COP™ Spiral Blade Clarifier is the result of research and design focus on building a better clarifier. Each COP Spiral Blade Clarifier is designed for the specific process requirements of each plant.

  3. CleanWash™ SWP/CPS
    12/22/2011

    Unlike other screw wash presses in which the design of the discharge pipe creates the back pressure necessary to dewater screenings, WesTech's CleanWash™ Screw Wash Press and Counter Pressure Screw regulates exactly the right amount of back pressure to meet the highly variable influent.

  4. RDLO – Split Case Pump
    9/9/2014

    The versatile RDLO split case pump from KSB is a reinforced pump that is ideal for applications ranging from raw and pure industrial water to seawater. The RDLO’s state-of-the-art engineering ensures a cost-effective, long-lasting solution for water managers in need of an efficient, sustainable, and low-maintenance product.

  5. MRI Flocculation Systems™
    3/7/2018

    With increasingly stringent regulations and adoption of membrane filtration, the pressure is on for all stages of pretreatment — chemical feed, flocculation, sedimentation, and filtration — to act in concert. In response, Meurer Research, Inc. has developed MRI Flocculation Systems™ — integrating turbine, horizontal, and hydraulic flocculators into multi-stage systems with a self-cleaning hydraulic final stage, maximizing versatility and performance.

  6. Flygt Dewatering Solutions by Xylem
    10/5/2009

    Flygt Dewatering Solutions by Xylem provides the equipment and the expertise to get the job done.

  7. Sanitaire Membrane Disc Fine Bubble Aeration Systems by Xylem
    12/29/2009

    SANITAIRE® is the trade name recognized throughout the wastewater treatment industry for quality products and advanced technology. SANITAIRE Silver Series membrane fine bubble disc diffusers are recognized worldwide for their high oxygen transfer efficiency and durability in wastewater treatment plant aeration processes.

  8. EnviQ™ Submerged Ultrafiltration Membrane
    1/19/2016

    QUA’s EnviQ™ flat sheet submerged ultrafiltration membranes have been specially developed to improve the ease of operation and maintenance of MBR facilities. EnviQ’s innovative design offers ultrafiltration quality product water with a stronger and more rugged PVDF flat sheet membrane. The unique features in EnviQ consist of reverse diffusion and specially designed air diffusers, which maximize scrubbing efficiency, lowers pressure and reduces cleaning.

  9. SuperDisc™ Disc Filter
    1/9/2015

    WesTech’s SuperDisc™ Disc Filter from Nordic Water is a Title 22 approved inside-out disc filter.The SuperDisc provides easy access for maintenance and has an efficient high pressure cleaning system. The small footprint and low head required for the filter provides an excellent option for tertiary retrofits, such as travelling bridge sand filters. The SuperDisc can produce reuse-quality effluent and total effluent phosphorus concentrations of less than 0.1 mg/L. Other applications include primary and secondary treatment, as well as a wide range of industrial applications. The SuperDisc filter is available as a freestanding unit with filter discs contained in a stainless steel tank and a version for installation in a concrete basin.

  10. Vorelodos
    2/21/2018

    Often times the biosolids management portion of the treatment plant may not be optimized, resulting in inefficient operation of the entire treatment plant. For instance, did you know that aerobic digestion is the second largest consumer of energy after biological treatment aeration at a wastewater treatment plant? Or, do you realize that up to 50% of the nutrient loading on any given day may be coming from the biosolids process?