Moving bed biofilm reactors (MBBR) is a biological technology used in wastewater treatment. MBBRs are suitable for industrial, and municipal, wastewater treatment applications. MBBR's provide pretreatment of wastewater by utilizing biology. These wastewater systems help industrial and municipal plants remove BOD from their wastewater. MBBRs also help the nitrification, and denitrification of wastewater. MBBRs are a great system choice as they are effective and reduce costs.
How do MBBRs work?
MBBR systems consist of large water tanks. Inside these tanks are wastewater and biofilm media carriers. The media provides a protected surface area for the acclimation of bacteria. The bacteria that grow on the media help break down elements of the wastewater. Made of high-density polyethylene, our media carriers have an effective life of over fifteen years. The microorganisms breakdown the wastewater. These microorganisms are then sloughed off of the media and are discharged with the treated water. MBBR systems are ideal for the pretreatment of wastewater streams that contain organics.
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Our MBBR wastewater technology provides a cost-effective and easy to operate solution for wastewater problems. Our systems are durable against toxic shock loads, compact, and require minimal maintenance. The systems are custom-built, cost-saving, and environmentally friendly. Our systems are perfect for municipal and industrial applications. We also offer top-class biofilm carriers which are perfect for attached growth. Check out our case study library to see how our wastewater treatment plants have helped our clients!
Past Project: MBBR Removes More Than 90% of the BOD at Food & Beverage Facility