Anaerobic Systems

Anaerobic digestion is a process in which microorganisms convert organic matter into biogas in the absence of oxygen

Anaerobic treatment is typically utilized to treat warm, high-strength industrial wastewater containing high concentrations of biodegradable organic matter. This energy-efficient process reliably removes biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD), and total suspended solids (TSS) from wastewater.

Anaerobic processes use substantially less energy, require less chemicals, and incur lower sludge handling costs compared to aerobic treatment options. In addition, the biogas produced in the anaerobic process is a source of renewable energy that can be used to displace fossil fuels such as oil or natural gas, or to generate electricity.

Renewable Energy from Biogas

As organics are removed from the wastewater during the anaerobic digestion process, methane-rich biogas is produced

Minimal Sludge Production

Anaerobic digestion produces very little excess sludge & with treatment the agriculturally-beneficial sludge can safely be applied to land as fertilizer

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