SuperBiomedia was developed to improve the performance of currently operating bioreactors. In activated sludge systems, it offers all the benefits of fixed-biofilm systems, without any of the disadvantages of fixed media.
The use of biomedia in bioreactors and activated sludge treatment of wastewater has been documented to result in a stable process which responds well to influent fluctuations, and achieved improved treatment, in a small footprint. The primary goal of the treatment process is reduction of Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) and nutrients in the wastewater, before the wastewater is discharged into the environment, such as the ground, creek, river or ocean.
Super Biomedia™ is capable of BOD, COD, TKN and Phosphorus removal simultaneously from wastewater.
Water Warriors Waving Biomedia, which has a greater surface area than other media, enables biofilms to grow on the surface of the biomedia.
This attached biomass stays in the lagoon for a very long time, while water continues to flow through the lagoon, at its hydraulic retention time. This allows the solids age to be decoupled from the lagoon’s HRT.
In addition, the biofilms on the surface of the Waving Biomedia allow both nitrification and de-nitrification of the water, as it flows past and through the biomedia as it waves around in the water. This allows effective water treatment, without pumping the water out of the lagoon.
Waving Biomedia™ brings a new hope to lagoon systems that fail, pollute, or treat wastewater too slowly.
Enzyme-Tomahawks are composed of enzymes, billions of microorganisms and micro-nutrients to accelerate the biodegradation of the sludge layer.
In order to provide enough retention time of the enzyme mixture with the sludge layer, the mixture of enzymes, microorganisms and micro-nutrients will be supplied as solid Enzyme-Tomahawks, that will bury themselves into the sludge layer, when added from the top of the water layer, and release the enzymes, microorganisms and micro-nutrients within the sludge layer, while the nozzles in the water column will inject micro-bubbles of air and water into the water column.
These micro-bubbles will provide much-needed dissolved oxygen and in conjunction with the enzyme release, within the sludge layer by the Enzyme-Tomahawks, the sludge layer will begin to biodegrade aerobically.
Enzyme-Tomahawks™ break down the organic matter in the sludge layer.
An aeration system is among the most energy-intensive operations in wastewater treatment systems and is responsible for between 50-90% of total energy consumption in typical municipal installations
The Absorption Aerator’s mechanism is to pump liquid water through a specially designed nozzle in which the high velocity of the liquid combined with swirl flow creates a negative pressure that draws in ambient air which is dispersed in the form of microbubbles - less than 50 microns in diameter. The diameter and buoyancy of the bubble effectively cancel each other out and the microbubble remains submerged for hours.
Microbubble Absorption Aerator™
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