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Biowater Technology - Biological Wastewater Solution Case Studies

Biowater Technology - Biological Wastewater Solution

Nitrification Package Plant at Neosa Salvation Army Camp The challenge: tie into the existing effluent outfall structure to replace the existing WWTP service at Camp Neosa that is impacted by seasonal flooding of Leesville Lake. Provide nitrification with a low maintenance (operational) system.
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Bloomingdale WWTP Upgrade Bloomingdale’s existing wastewater treatment plant has unique challenges associated with seasonal fluctuation from regional school and food processor discharges. The existing lagoon cannot meet new ammonia limits, and cold wastewater temperature exacerbates the problem.
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Innbygda WWTP The municipality of Trysil is home to the largest ski resort in Scandanavia. Due to seasonal tourism in the region, the treatment plant must handle fluctuations in load depending on the number of tourists visiting at any given time. In addition, the plant had to have the ability to withstand extremely cold temperatures during the winter months. The existing wastewater treatment system was at the end of it’s useful life.
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Standard Process WWTP, Palmyra, Wisconsin, US The Standard Process company is a vitamin and food supplement manufacturer in business since 1929 located in an environmentally sensitive area called the Kettle Moraine basin. The basin is an area containing rare species with diverse habitats. The Standard Process company realizes this and has helped preserve this area with their organic farming techniques, waste reduction methods and now with their wastewater treatment system.
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Meat Processing/Slaughterhouse, Nordfjord Kjott, Norway Located deep in the mountains of Stryn, the original plant consisted of an inlet pump station & Salsnes filter for pretreatment, fat removal and a Salsnes filter for post treatment. The plant also had 8 concrete tanks which were not in use. The municipality was faced with equivalent loading rates of 10,000 PE and the existing system was rated for 5,000 PE so it was either install pretreatment at Nordfjord Kjott to drop the load to 5,000 PE or upgrade the municipal WWTP.
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Dairy, Sao Paulo, Brazil The customer is a producer of dairy products including: milk, cheese, sour cream, butter and yogurt. In Sao Paulo City as in many large cities, the industries have to pay to discharge to the municipal wastewater system. This dairy was no exception. The immediate challenges they were facing were scaling issues and the lack of space to expand their treatment plant.
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Harestua Wastewater Treatment Plant The Harestua STP plant was a traditional Norwegian STP with headworks (screen and sandtrap), primary settling, chemical precipitation of Phosphorous and a final clarifier. The municipality was upgrading to accommodate increased load and new requirements for BOD/COD removal. The plant had space constraints and wanted to use their existing tankage.
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Municipality - RBC Retrofit, Elverom RA, Norway Nordre Land Kommune, Elverom, is a small municipality located in Norway approximately 14 miles North of Oslo. Elverom had two Rotating Biological Contactors (RBC's) which did not work properly, were noisy and had odor issues. The required maintenance for the RBC's had become overwhelming. Elverom wanted to change over to an biofilm technology because of it's ease of operation and ability to retrofit into their existing tanks.
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