BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES FOR POTABLE WATER TREATMENT
REMOVING ORGANIC AND NITROGEN POLLUTION
We all need water to survive. Yet there are many pollutants reducing the quality of the available resources. Brentwood products are an indispensable part of many processes applied for the removal of those pollutants from the water.
Surface water can be polluted by agricultural, industrial or municipal discharges of nitrogen (ammonia or nitrate) or even organic components. For the removal of these components biological processes are a valuable option – also for potable water. Nitrification and denitrification are biological processes that need carriers with surfaces to establish and maintain the biomass.
Brentwood Europe supplies a large variety of such carrier materials – either Random Media for moving bed or BIOdek® for fixed film bio reactors. Reference plants with capacities treating up to 500kg/d of ammonia in potable water are operating.
Random Media for moving bed in drinking water treatment
The high quality standard of Brentwood fill media, their worldwide availability and their high process efficiency have been the reasons why engineers around the world rely on our products. The specific know-how of our specialists obtained through decades of experience in the water business gives our customers invaluable support.
Removing Iron and Carbondioxide by Masstransfer processes.
Carbon dioxide, iron and manganese salts are unwanted substances in drinking water. Often stripping processes are used to remove those. Read more…