Anaerobic and Aerobic Treatment System
What is Aerobic Wastewater Treatment?
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Aerobic treatment can also be used specifically for removal of nitrogen, and phosphorus - also known as BNR, or biological nutrient removal system.
What is Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment?
Anaerobic treatment is a biological process ideally suited for the pretreatment of high-strength wastewaters that are typical of many industrial facilities. The anaerobic process utilizes naturally-occurring bacteria to break down biodegradable material in an industrial wastestream.
The anaerobic process is time-tested and does not require the purchase of special bacteria or nutrients. Because the bacteria are anaerobic they do not require oxygen like the organisms in an aerobic process. Reactors are enclosed or covered to prevent the introduction of air and the release of odors.
- Anaerobic treatment is ideal for pretreatment, pretreatment prior to aerobic treatment, and pretreatment of segregated wastestreams.
- Used for standalone pretreatment, an anaerobic system can be used as the sole biological component of a treatment system for wastewater discharged to a POTW.
- Used prior to aerobic treatment, an anaerobic system can be very effective and economical for removing high concentrations of BOD and COD prior to final treatment by an aerobic process.
- Many industrial facilities have wastestreams that represent a fraction of the total flow, yet contribute a majority of the pollutant load. These high-BOD wastestreams can be segregated for treatment by an anaerobic process prior to combining with the total flow. ETS anaerobic systems are very effective in wastewater treatment at a variety of industrial facilities.