Different biological wastewater treatment methods
Biological wastewater treatment appears to be simple on the surface because it uses natural processes to break down organic matter. Biological treatment methods rely on bacteria or other microbes to break down organic waste, a complex process of biological and biochemical intersection.
As for the use of chemicals to treat wastewater in wastewater treatment processes, there are several different chemical processes, including chemical coagulation, chemical precipitation, chemical oxidation, advanced oxidation, ion exchange, chemical neutralization and stability, and, together with biological and physical cleaning. Use can reach various water quality standards.
More than 30 years experience in wastewater treatment equipment design
We have more than 30 years of experience in the design, construction and operation of wastewater treatment plants, using proprietary technology to serve a wide range of customers. The goal of biological and chemical wastewater treatment methods is to establish a complete system for proper disposal of wastewater.
Our wastewater treatment plants are equipped with complete instruments for immediate, remote or on-site monitoring of critical process parameters. These instruments are fully automated and controlled by our innovative operating system suite.
Professional processing scope and process:
- Decentralized treatment plant
- Membrane aerated biofilm reactor (MABR)
- Dissolved air flotation (DAF)
- Physicochemical treatment
- Aerobic biological treatment
- Remove nutrients
- Anaerobic biological solutions
- Conversion of waste into energy
- Wastewater reuse
- Aeration and mixing solutions
- Nitrification – denitrification
- Sludge treatment
We also focus on modular, scalable and fast deployment of decentralized wastewater solutions to provide our customers with different wastewater treatment technologies and services.
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