BIOWATER Wastewater Treatment Package Plant Arrives in Residential Neighborhoods
OSLO, Norway, February 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –
Biowater Technology is pleased to announce the arrival of its prefabricated systems to
be used for residential wastewater treatment.
Biowater’s prefabricated package plant
[http://www.biowatertechnology.com/en/index.php?mod=pages&id=151 ] is compact, easily
installed above or below ground, skid mounted or trailer configuration with easy delivery
and installation and most importantly cost effective.
Some of the key benefits to having one of our Biowater packaged wastewater treatment
systems are that they offer low maintenance and are pre-assembled and factory tested. The
Biowater package plant can be configured with any of our biofilm processes at flows of up
to 100,000 gallons per day.
Biowater provides turnkey treatment plants utilizing our fixed film technology with
state of the art separation technologies, including: Flotation, Sedimentation, Membranes,
Filtration, Screens and disinfection equipment such as UV and Chemical Treatment. Our
processes include but are not limited to: Complete Fixed Film Activated Sludge CFAS(R)(aka
IFAS), Complete Mix Fixed Film (CMFF(R)), and Continuous Flow Intermittent Cleaning
CFIC(R) [http://www.biowatertechnology.com/en/index.php?mod=pages&id=150 ] which provides
reduction of energy consumption by least 20-30%. Our processes treat industrial and
municipal wastewaters and are used for organic removal, nitrification and denitrification.
Turnkey treatment plants utilizing Biowater’s new CFIC(R) fixed film technology.
The CFIC(R) process [http://www.biowatertechnology.com/en/index.php?mod=pages&id=150 ] is
a packed bed system and provides the advantage of a much higher dissolved oxygen transport
into the biofilm when compared to biofilm systems like trickling filters and moving bed
biofilm reactors (MBBR). Biowater’s CFIC(R) technology reduces energy consumption,
especially when compared to MBBR and AS plants by 30% and greater.
The CFIC(R) process acts as a filter and captures solids, making the secondary
clarification footprint smaller and treatment more effective than does suspended growth
and other biofilm processes. The CFIC(R) process also enhances filtration and separation
technologies, creating higher quality effluent suitable for reuse. For more information
about Biowater Technology and our biofilm treatment processes, click here.
Biowater Technology [http://www.biowatertechnology.com/en/index.php?mod=pages&id=116 ]
is an innovative company with over forty years of experience in the Biological treatment
field. Our focus is on saving energy and resource recovery, knowing water is our most
important resource. For more information contact Biowater Technology at
USA: Joshua Hanlon Phone: (508)-577-8347 Rest of the world: Audun Lodemel, T:+47-911-10-600
SOURCE Biowater Technology