(Multi-Stage Activated Biological Process) is an innovative and advanced
proprietary process for treatment of municipal and industrial wastewater based
on spatial microorganism succession and trophic hydrobiont chains. A sequence
of one organism feeding the other is known as spatial succession or a food
chain. A feeding stage within a food chain is also known as a trophic
level. MSABP™ systems incorporate this spatial
succession and food chain.
A spatially segregated trophic
microorganism chain provides for conditions in which microbes are consumed by
primary microorganisms while the later are consumed by higher organized vulture
filtrators of different trophic levels. Such a spatial microorganism succession
provides a high degree of purification by means of aerobic and anaerobic
trophic-chain design leads to a total consumption of waste activated sludge by
primary microorganisms, with no need for waste sludge handling. The
MSABP™ has been successfully implemented in numerous
municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants worldwide.
Imagine a wastewater treatment plant with no waste activated sludge . . .
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MSABP™ process has turned this vision into reality.
MSABP™ key advantages:
No Waste Sludge No Primary or
Secondary Settling Required
No Return Sludge Pumping Hydraulic and Organic
Shock Load Stability
High Quality Effluent Energy Efficient Operation
Adaptable To Existing Treatment Processes
The MSABP™ process
continuously receives raw wastewater which has been finely screened and
degritted. The screened degritted wastewater is then fed to the
bioreactor. The bioreactor is comprised of 8-16 stages consisting of
aerobic and anaerobic phases. The aerobic/anaerobic space ratio can vary
depending on the composition of impurities. Each stage is supplied with an
individually controlled air supply intended for maintaining vital activity of
microorganisms and optimum oxygen transfer. A proprietary hybrid media from synthetic material provides immobilization of
microorganisms within each stage.
Wastewater purified in the bioreactor is
directed to further treatment processes such as disinfection or filtration if
necessary. Treated wastewater can then be discharged into the receiving body or
for reuse. Control of the process is automatic and requires very little
operator attention. Process equipment maintenance is also minimal and simple.
Typical removal efficiencies of waste constituents are:
||Oil & Grease