Design Your Own MABR Have you always wanted an MABR for your Wastewater Treatment Plant but feel overwhelmed by where to start? What do you need? What will it look like? How much membrane is required? How much air is required?
Emerging Economies and The Global Wastewater Infrastructure Crisis Emerging Economies Have a Unique Opportunity to Leapfrog with WasteWater Infrastructure Innovation There is a tendency to want to mirror or mimic what other successful economies have done when you are looking for templates to build, or improve, a nations infrastructure. This is a highly justifiable rationale, after all if it has worked once it is likely to work again. But nowadays emerging economies have become more savvy and are more open than ever to the opportunity of leapfrogging.
OxyMem MABR – The Fixed Film Revolution Wastewater treatment is OPEX intensive A century has passed since the introduction of the Activated Sludge process – but how far have we come in terms of improving, innovation, developing and innovating for the challenges of today? Nowadays the activated sludge process is one of the most widely used wastewater treatment processes worldwide. It successfully treats municipal and industrial wastewaters and has returned water and river quality to a high standard on a global scale. However, the water-energy nexus discussion has begun in earnest and we are faced with a wastewater infrastructure crisis to serve growing pressure to answer the arising issues. How do we combat the amounts of energy and other operational expenditure it takes to collect, move, treat and discharge water? How do we move the dial to energy neutral wastewater treatment?
Prepare Your Wastewater Treatment Facility for the Onset of Climate Change Wastewater treatment facility planning represents the best opportunity to address climate change impacts
Scaling Up Innovation -The OxyMem Journey OxyMem is now facing into its third year. Having recently opened an office in the United States to service the growing demand in the North American market we decided to take a step back and think about how far we have come since we started up. In doing so, we spoke to John Geaney, OxyMem’s Manufacturing Manager about the challenges faced in developing a manufacturing process from a lab scale protype into a full scalable, shift based production process which is in place today.