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SBR Technology

Tim Burns
Posted by Tim Burns on Jul 7, 2020 10:19:00 AM


Compact Solutions for Industrial & Municipal Wastewater

Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) is a compact system that is used for the treatment of industrial and municipal wastewater. The SBR utilizes a fill-and-draw activated sludge process within a single tank to achieve several biological processes, including aerobic and anoxic treatment.

Ideally they are used for the removal of pollutants including COD, BOD, ammonia, nitrate and phosphorus. Once the cycles are complete, the treated effluentsbr home page may be discharged directly into the environment or to the sewer. The operation of the bioCYCLETM SBR process is simplified as a result of the instrumentation and controls that are included with each system. Each biological and sedimentation process is monitored and can be controlled remotely ensuring efficient treatment through each cycle.

SBR Technology



• Compact Footprint
• Cost Effective
• Fully automated
• Minimal Operator Attention
• Minimal Maintenance
• Modular Design

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