Treatment process for raw wastewater or further polishing of pretreated wastewater
Aerobic treatment is a biological wastewater treatment process that takes place in the presence of oxygen. Aerobic biomass converts organics in the wastewater into carbon dioxide and new biomass.
Evoqua offers aerobic treatment systems for both municipal and industrial facilities looking to treat raw wastewater and/or polish anaerobically pretreated wastewater. Ultimately, further reducing biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), total suspended solids (TSS), nitrogen, and phosphorus. Aerobic treatment systems can also be used specifically to remove nitrogen and phosphorus in the process known as biological nutrient removal (BNR).
Effluent suitable for direct discharge or water reuse
Tolerates some disinfection chemicals such as those used in industrial processes
Capable of biological nutrient removal (nitrogen and phosphorus)