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Wastewater Treatment: The Membrane Bioreactor (MBR)

A popular variation of the activated sludge process design is the membrane bioreactor (MBR). We look at its advantages and...

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Ways to Reduce Wastewater Foam in Treatment Plants [GUIDE]

Wastewater foam is a common occurrence in treatment plants. We look at what wastewater foam is and how to reduce...

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Wastewater Treatment: The Moving Bed Biomass Reactor (MBBR)

The moving bed biomass reactor (MBBR) is a popular wastewater treatment plant design. We look at MBBR advantages and disadvantages.

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Case Study
FOG Control in Pumping Station, Sewer Line and Municipal Treatment Plant in Germany

A pumping station in Germany suffered from excessive FOG buildup. To remove the FOG, the operating staff decided to install...

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Using Bioaugmentation for FOG Removal in Wastewater Treatment Plants [GUIDE]

In this blog, we review why fats, oils and grease (FOG) is a problem and how bioaugmentation clears FOG within...

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Wastewater Treatment: Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) Plant Design

In this blog, we go over the sequencing batch reactor (SBR) wastewater treatment process and look into the pros and...

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Wastewater Treatment: Activated Sludge Plant Designs

In this blog, we look at various activated sludge plant designs for the optimal wastewater treatment solution.

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Wastewater Nitrification: Everything You Need to Know [QUICK GUIDE]

Wastewater nitrification is essential for helping wastewater treatment plants reduce ammonia and meet effluent permit requirements.

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White Paper
MICROCAT®-XRX White Paper

MICROCAT®-XRX is a microbial slurry of preselected, adapted nitrosomonas and nitrobacter microbial strains for use in biological wastewater treatment plants...

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