Technical Blog

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Easy Pre-Treatment Upgrade for Industrial Applications

Wastewater treatment plants prone to organic load overloads can benefit from an easy pre-treatment upgrade using the moving bed biofilm reactor technology (MBBR) in an existing system. The WWW MBBR™ requires a minimal footprint, is easy to operate and seamlessly integrates into existing systems — allowing them to operate as normal.
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How to Optimize Your DAF System With the Right Air Dissolving Pump

Dissolved air flotation (DAF) systems are a critical part of many wastewater treatment plants. They work by dissolving air into pressurized water to remove suspended solids, biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and other contaminants from wastewater streams. DAFs are especially effective in treating wastewater with fats, oils and greases (FOG), fibers and other low-density materials, making them the preferred treatment option in industries like pulp and paper, food and beverage and industrial laundry, among others. For municipal wastewater plants, DAF upgrades can be enhanced by the World Water Works Dissolved Air Generator (DAG).

WWW inDENSE™ Hydrocyclone Wasting Explainer Video

WWW inDENSE™ technology is optimized to promote denser sludge selection through an innovative hydrocyclone wasting process. Ideal for wastewater operations struggling with settling rates, inDENSE minimizes sludge loss and retains beneficial bacteria to minimize process upsets.
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Announcing Arxtera's New Online Shop of Biological Wastewater Treatment Products and Services

Check out Arxtera’s new online shop, which will bring sustainable bioaugmentation and biostimulant products into your hands quickly and cost-effectively. Arxtera is a leader in the bioaugmentation, biostimulation and biological process intensification markets, and its products naturally complement our intensification technologies to solve tough wastewater challenges.
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Advancing Your Meat Wastewater Treatment

Whether for cleaning, sanitizing or producing brines, meat operations produce wastewater from many sources that typically contain high levels of contaminants, suspended solids, organic compounds, ammonia compounds and fats, oils and grease (FOG). These compounds and contaminants can cause significant damage to the environment and public health if not properly treated.
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Implementing a Successful Treatment Plan for Dairy Wastewater

Dairy processing plants use large amounts of water — whether to dilute milk for pasteurization or to clean and sanitize equipment — leading to no small amount of wastewater. This wastewater typically contains high levels of suspended solids, organic and ammonia compounds, and fats, oils and grease (FOG) — all of which can put the surrounding environment and public health at risk if released untreated.
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Keeping the Florida River Clean With the BIOCOS® System

In today’s economic and social climates, federal and state agencies are increasing their efforts to protect the environment and its inhabitants. In particular, they’re tightening their regulations, pushing municipalities, commercial and industrial entities to engage in more sustainable practices. Proper wastewater treatment is an integral part of these efforts, and many wastewater treatment plants are upgrading their systems to meet or exceed these new regulatory requirements.
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Two Treatment Plants Reduce Resource Utilization by Implementing Partial Denitrification Anammox Processes

Hampton Roads Sanitation District’s (HRSD) James River Treatment Plant of Newport News, Virginia and York River Treatment Plant of Seaford, Virginia each upgraded their wastewater treatment processes to better meet effluent requirements and reduce energy and external carbon consumption.
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Stay Informed on Our New Technical Blog

We’re excited to announce that not only have we launched our new website, we’re also starting a technical blog. This blog is where you’ll find technical information on water and wastewater industries management and technologies to keep you informed and up-to-date on the latest news and trends. 
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