MBBRs are commonly used for industrial wastewater pretreatment applications. These systems combine our specialties of wastewater systems, biology, and controls.
Moving bed biofilm reactors (MBBR) are wastewater treatment systems using a efficient biological technology to treat various waste streams. MBBRs are suitable for industrial, and municipal wastewater treatment applications. This type of wastewater system removes BOD, total nitrogen, and phosphorus from our clients' wastewater. Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors are a great system choice as they are very cost effective.
MBBR systems contain biofilm media carriers that provide 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 break down 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.
bioprocessH2O's MBBR wastewater technology provides a cost-effective and easy to operate solution for wastewater issues. Our systems are durable against toxic shock loads, compact, and require minimal maintenance. The systems are custom-built, cost-saving, and environmentally friendly. We build and design 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!
bioFAS™ MBBR - Three Systems across the USA reducing BOD down to Regulatory Standards. We help our clients save hundreds of thousands of dollars a year and keep their wastewater clean.
bioFAS™ MBBR System effectively removes BOD by >90% and easily meets the discharge permit requirements. The existing DAF was not providing adequate pretreatment prior to discharge to the local municipality. Two of our systems paired with an MBBR fixed the problem.