Industrial-Scale MBR-PAC Installations

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Hello Everyone,

does anyone know whether there are any large (industrial) scale membrane bioreactor installations for waste water treatment whose performance is enhanced with the addition of powdered activated carbon? If yes, whereabouts? and what kind of waste waters are being treated? Thank you

 

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Mahendra Barde
PL check this link should meet the requirements.. http://www.protecind.com/files/profile.pdf
George Skouteris
Thank you all of you for your time and your replies - I appreciate. I am going to use all information with which you have provided me and I will also contact you as soon as possible.
simen costa
Siemens and Saudi Aramco worked together to develop a wastewater treatment system that could treat a very complex refinery wastewater stream that could not be treated by conventional means, you should contact them..
Jeff Peeters
Hi George.

I have experience with several projects, including refining and herbicide wastewater treatment applications. Feel free to contact me directly for more information (jeff.peeters@ge.com).

Jeff
Water Network Research
Dear Jeff, it would be great if you can share your experience with refining and herbicide wastewater treatment projects with all members of the water network. Any document, good report related to waste water treatment shared will be highly appreciated.
JIGNESH GOYANI
contact S P RENEWABLE ENERGY
MR. SANJAY PATEL
9978764099
Ademar Cesar Ferreira
I believe that in Germany they have some experience with this technology for pharmaceutical wastewater treatment.
Amit Christian
Hi George

Our high performance carrier is first synthetically modified carrier for microbial cell immobilization. We have impregnated the PU foam with activated carbon which provides very high adsorption capacity as well as high internal porosity. Its application in MBR would surely reduce the cleaning frequency and also provides advantages of PAC adding in Activated sludge. The principle benefit is that you dont need to add activated carbon as due to carbon coating on the carrier material and bio degradation of adsorbed pollutants, the surface will be automatically regenerated. Kindly send me an e mail on levapor.india@gmail.com and I will send you more information.

Regards

Amit
Richard Woodling
Saudi Aramco, refinery waste water using the siemens pac-mbr process.
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