Tag Archives: wastewater treatment

Aquarius Launches Biofilm Modeling Software for Nebula

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Have you ever wondered, “How does a specific wastewater treatment process really perform?” There are a number of commercially available process simulators designed for this purpose. But what happens if your process doesn’t neatly fit within previously modeled processes? Most successful biological processes utilize modeling software to simulate a variety of design parameters and how […]

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

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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. […]

Avoid These Common Side Effects Of Suspended Growth Wastewater Treatment Systems

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Suspended growth wastewater treatment may be the most common form of biological wastewater treatment in use today, but it’s far from the most efficient. Here are some common side effects that you ought to be aware of when you’re considering investing in suspended growth wastewater treatment, and how attached growth systems (AGS) compare: Large volume […]

Not All Diffused Aeration Systems Are Created Equal

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Diffused aeration systems used in municipal water treatment facilities are a little bit like cars – they are not all equal – in price, performance or reliability. An inexpensive Ford Fiesta is certainly not the same as a Honda Accord, despite the fact they can both get you from point A to B. Many people […]

Attached Growth Biological Process – Wastewater Treatment

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As regulations governing the treatment of wastewater treatment facilities continue to change, owners need a biological treatment process that is flexible. Increasingly, multiple forms of secondary treatment are needed to meet ever changing discharge limits and today’s high standards. A secondary treatment option gaining popularity is the attached growth process where media is used to […]