Category Archives: Biological Wastewater Treatment
A food processor was experiencing low hydraulic residence times at one of their anaerobic digesters during the discharge of waste activated sludge. a feasibility study identified that the most cost-effective option was to thicken and anaerobically treat thickened waste activated sludge (TWAS) in a new digester designed specifically for that purpose.
A system for anaerobic digestion of slops, water treatment, and biogas utilization was designed to meet regulations, displace fuel-oil, and cut greenhouse gases at a Central American rum distillery.
Perchlorate is a known thyroid gland disruptor and its concentration is regulated in soil and groundwater. We offer a broad range of professional services to investigate, delineate, and remediate perchlorate in soil and groundwater using proven technologies such as ion-exchange and anoxic filters. Continue reading
Perchlorate is a known thyroid gland disruptor and its concentration is regulated in soil and groundwater. Read more about the water treatment options for perchlorate impacted groundwater. Continue reading
Description of the Biological Reduction Process Biological treatment is used in a wide range of water and wastewater treatment applications for the removal of biodegradable constituents. The biological treatment process can also be modified and used to reduce nitrates, oxides … Continue reading
SVE is an in-situ remediation technology designed to remediate soils impacted with VOC’s including gasoline range organics, and chlorinated hydrocarbons. This technology works by extracting a soil vapor from the subsurface at a high vacuum and remediate soil in the vadose zone.
Feasibility Study, Sugar Mill Wastewater Treatment, Nicaragua Sugar Estates Limited (Ingenio San Antonio), Central America
After the Nicaraguan government published new wastewater discharge regulations, a Nicaraguan Sugar Mill was required to select a new wastewater treatment plant. A feasibility study consisting of a wastewater characterization program and a feasibility study was conducted to identify the most cost-effective technology for wastewater treatment.