Aerobic technology (biological treatment) is most common in the treatment of industrial or municipal wastewater.
Biological wastewater treatment is a purification where microorganisms decompose or remove contaminants. Dissolved oxygen and effluent containing carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus-containing pollutants enter a biological reactor. In the presence of dissolved oxygen, bacteria decompose carbonaceous, nitrogen-containing, and phosphorus-containing contaminants.
In our solutions, we use reactors and processes carefully selected among many years of European development:
- Classic Continuous Bioreactor (CAS)
- Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR)
- Membrane bioreactor (MBR)
- Bioreactor with a mobile/immovable carrier (MBBR)
- Advanced nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium-magnesium phosphate removal ( МРР)
Figure 1. Block diagram of aerobic wastewater treatment plants