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How to Reduce COD in Water 

How to Reduce COD in Water

What is COD? Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) is the amount of the amount of oxygen that is needed to oxidize soluble and particulate organic matter in water. COD is an extremely important element of water quality. It helps to assess the effect that wastewater will have on the environment that …

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New Improved Case Studies Page 

New Improved Case Studies Page 

NEW CONTENT SIMPLE NAVIGATION Learn more about what we do & more importantly what we can do for your wastewater. View Our Case Studies Library

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2019 Roundup: The Top 10 bioprocessH2O Blog Posts This Year 

2019 Roundup: The Top 10 bioprocessH2O Blog Posts This Year

Happy 2020! We can't believe how fast 2019 flew by, but we are excited to see what is to come for us in this new year. As the bioprocessH2O reflected upon the past year, we thought it would be fun to see what topics & case studies received the most …

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Custom Dashboard Reporting & The Benefits Provided 

Custom Dashboard Reporting & The Benefits Provided

Typically, Dashboard Reporting revolves around showing your company's key metrics all in one grand location for someone to review. This same concept can be applied to your wastewater treatment system, as performance data can be organized to give you an edge on keeping your system running smoothly. Figure 1: A …

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The Importance of Remote Monitoring 

The Importance of Remote Monitoring 

Remote monitoring is key to keeping a wastewater treatment system safely operating. It can also provide various benefits for your company. Read on to find out why you and your company should invest in a remote monitoring system! Remote Monitoring & Field Support Remote monitoring involves utilizing a piece of …

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Last but Not Least: The Tertiary Stage for Wastewater Treatment 

Last but Not Least: The Tertiary Stage for Wastewater Treatment 

Without following the wastewater treatment process and the three stages of treatment that provide decontamination, company's wouldn't be able to have reusable water that is necessary for survival. If you need a quick refresher about the secondary stage before moving on to the third and final stage of wastewater treatment, …

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The Vitality of the Secondary Stage in the Wastewater Treatment Process 

The Vitality of the Secondary Stage in the Wastewater Treatment P

The wastewater treatment process lessens the impact on both the environment and public treatment facilities. The process typically involves three main stages - the primary, the secondary, and tertiary stage - where each stage provides an added level of decontamination for the wastewater. If you want a quick review on …

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