A sequencing batch reactor is a fill-and-draw activated sludge system for wastewater treatment. Oxygen is bubbled through the wastewater to reduce biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and chemical oxygen demand (COD), producing a high-quality effluent with a low turbidity and nitrogen levels capable of meeting Title 22 effluent quality standards. The SBR accomplishes equalization, aeration, and clarification in a timed sequence in a single reactor basin. By varying the operating strategy; aerobic, anaerobic, or anoxic conditions can be achieved to encourage the growth of desirable micro-organisims.
Evoqua's OMNIFLO® SBR and OMNIPAC® SBR field-erected treatment systems are successfully treating wastewater in plants ranging from 0.01 MGD to 60 MGD. The design flexibility empowers engineers. The simplicity of operation puts operators at ease. Over 700 satisfied customers is just the beginning.
Evoqua's NEW GoFlo™ Continuous Fill Batch Reactor (CFBR) System is deally suited for treating flows with less stringent effluent requirments from 25,000 gallons per day to tens of millions of GPD, with storm flows up to five times the design flow!
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