Under the ownership of DuPont OxyMem look forward to scaling MABR to meet the growing demand for the treatment and purification of municipal and industrial wastewater.
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We help wastewater treatment plants reach their goals with our 'drop-in' Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor modules.
Our Integrated Fixed-film Activated Sludge design (IFAS) allows you to control cost through the incremental expansion of existing Industrial and Municipal activated sludge systems.
Our patented, bubble-less transfer of oxygen, designed to emulate a natural respiratory system, gives simultaneous nitrification and denitrification for total nitrogen removal, energy savings up to 75%, reduces sludge by up to 50% and decreases your plant carbon footprint, with no additional infrastructure needed.
We have been working with industry leading clients and professionals across the world for a number of years. Have a look at what they have to say about OxyMem's award winning products and service.
As a leading Water Utility serving 8.5 million customers in the UK, we are constantly on the look-out for game-changing innovative technologies and approaches that will bolster our position as effective leaders in wastewater treatment. We’ve been working closely with OxyMem for a number of years, facilitating the development of their MABR technology by providing testing facilities at our Minworth WWTP. The exciting potential of the MABR technology and the strength of the OxyMem team were immediately apparent to us, and we continue to work together to assess the best opportunities for MABR technology to upgrade our treatment plants to meet the twin challenges of tightening effluent standards and to cater for population growth.
Technical Lead, Innovation, Severn Trent, UK
As Global Technology Leader for Jacobs’ Wastewater Treatment Practice, I and my team are constantly on the lookout for transformative and market disruptive technologies that can assist our clients around the globe. With its simplicity of implementation and demonstrated ability to couple process intensification with energy optimization (contributing towards a pathway to energy self-sufficiency), MABR is definitely a technology that we are excited about and are actively applying.
At Island Water Technologies we are focused on providing low-energy, chemical-free solutions for decentralized wastewater treatment. OxyMem technology compliments our product goals perfectly and allows us to provide robust, low-complexity wastewater treatment solutions for domestic and industrial partners.
Island Water Technologies, Canada
Compared to traditional wastewater treatment, MABR is a smarter way to provide aeration and a smarter way to do BNR. As a young water professional, I’m aware of the challenges my generation is going to face and I believe MABR can play a key role in helping us transition towards the more sustainable resource recovery facilities of the future.
Our resources will help you obtain the information you need when moving towards an environmentally sustainable wastewater system for your particular location or industry.
Due to increasing populations, production demands, or changes in consent, Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTPs) are being pushed to their design limits. We quickly enhance the capacity of existing treatment plants, without draining tanks or requiring additional land. We help you reach your sustainability goals with our 'drop-in' membrane aeration modules. A robust solution for reducing cost and impact on the environment. These will, for the first time, allow the incremental expansion of conventional treatment plants.