Biological wastewater treatment is a secondary treatment process where remaining biodegradable organic substances are removed from wastewater using air (or oxygen), bacteria and other microorganisms.
HOW DOES BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT WORK
Biological wastewater treatment is a complex process that involves biology and biochemistry to clean water. It uses bacteria, nematodes or other microorganisms to break down organic wastes using normal cellular processes.
Biological treatment is effective and more economical than many mechanical or chemical processes, therefore it is widely preferred.
EQUIPMENT NEEDED FOR BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT
The goal of biological wastewater treatment is to create a system in which results in the effluent of outstanding quality that can be directly discharged into receiving waters (river, lake, sea). Technology of biological wastewater treatment include septic or aerobic tank disposal systems, surface and spray aeration, activated sludge processes, various types of filtration, and anaerobic digestion.
For dissolved air flotation, FlotLife supplies full set of technological equipment along with system installation, training and support services.
FlotLife delivers equipment as well installation, training and support services for complete biological wastewater treatment:
-CAS – Continuous activated sludge (an aeration tank where air (or oxygen) is injected and thoroughly mixed into the wastewater, and a settling tank or clarifier to allow the waste sludge to settle)
-SBR – Sequence batch reactor
-MBR – Membrane bio reactor
-MMBR – Moving bed biological reactor
-IFAS – Integrated fixed-film activated sludge
-Installation, training and support