TSS & Turbidity Levels Reduced to Meet High School's Discharge Permits

Tim Burns March 21 , 2018

bioprocessH2O installed a wastewater treatment system at a New England High School to reduce the TSS & improve Turbidity (water clarity) concentrations to meet discharge permits.

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Problem: The existing Rotating Biological Reactor (RBC) system at the Marshfield High School was incapable of consistently meeting the discharge permit regulations. 

Solution: bioprocessH2O was selected to provide a bioTRIPURE Ultrafiltration (UF) system for tertiary filtration of the effluent discharged from the existing RBC system for discharge to a leaching field. The UF membrane system consists of one membrane skid equipped with two membrane modules designed to treat the wastewater generated from the high school. 

Status/Results: The bioTRIPURE UF Membrane System effectively removes the total suspended solids and reduces the turbidity levels to meet the permits for direct discharge.

bioTRIPURE UF Process Benefits

Cost Effective

Company Footprint


Eliminate Operator Exposure to Wastewater

Title 22 Certified

Restrictive Discharge Limit Compliance 


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