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What the Flux? 

What the Flux? 

What is Flux? Simply put, the membrane flux is defined as the daily or hourly water flow through a membrane’s surface area (i.e. GPD/ft2), and the treated water that passes through the permeate. The flux rate depends on the membrane type and several physical and environmental operating conditions. Flux Varies …

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Mobile MBBR 

Mobile MBBR 

CONTAINERIZED MOVING BED BIOFILM REACTOR (MBBR) bioprocessH2O’s bioPAC MBBR containerized equipment packages are stand-alone, fully automated systems that employ a combination of suspended growth biological treatment and membrane separation. The systems are designed for a wide variety of municipal and industrial waste streams capable of providing high quality effluent for …

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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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Pilots for Wastewater Treatment 

Pilots for Wastewater Treatment 

PILOT STUDY A SIDE BY SIDE COMPARISON If you need to meet compliance, but are still on the fence about a full scale system, then how about starting with a pilot study? Pilots are more comprehensive than a treatability study and can provide your company with onsite treatment at a …

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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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How a New MBBR System Removed BOD by >90% at a Paper Mill 

How a New MBBR System Removed BOD by >90% at a Paper Mill

Pulp & Paper Paper mills are extremely important businesses in the fact that society can have the functional use of paper products! A paper mill is a type of factory that will develop and create paper from a list of special ingredients. The use of large amounts of water, energy …

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The 3 Main Stages of Wastewater Treatment Explained 

The 3 Main Stages of Wastewater Treatment Explained

In case you might have forgot, water is extremely important! It is necessary for our survival and something all humans, plants, animals, among others, use throughout their daily lives. Without this water - and clean water at that rate - we simply would not be able to exist nor would …

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