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Nebula® Delivers Worry-Free Performance at Children’s Camp

Roundup River Ranch Nebula MultiStage Biofilm System case history

In 2011, Roundup River Ranch required a wastewater treatment system that could accommodate large variations in flows and loadings, provide permitted quality effluent for discharge into the pristine Colorado River, required minimal maintenance and offered low operating costs. The consulting engineer for the Ranch, JVA Incorporated, worked with Aquarius Technologies to provide a simple solution. […]

Nebula® MultiStage Biofilm System FAQs

FAQ

Attached growth systems (AGS) are one of the most cost-efficient methods of biological wastewater treatment on the planet. Yet they aren’t as well known as some other technologies like suspended growth systems and moving bed biofilm reactors. Here’s what you need to know about the Nebula MultiStage Biofilm System: How do attached growth systems minimize […]

Don’t Tolerate Inefficient Wastewater Treatment Methods In 2018

wastewater treatments that waste money

As wastewater treatment regulations continue to get more restrictive, plant superintendents can’t afford to make costly mistakes. They must carefully consider which biological treatment technology to invest in. A number of these solutions – suspended growth treatment, membrane bioreactors and various configurations of moving bed biofilm reactors – have limitations, which may only become apparent […]