The Drop-In Solution for Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansions and Upgrades. With population growth, industrial expansion and tightening of legislation, Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTPs) are being pushed to their design limits. OxyMem offers an easy means of increasing plant capacity and improving effluent standards by intensifying existing biological processes.
Overcoming the Challenges of Wastewater Treatment Upgrades Wastewater treatment plants are facing increasing pressure to upgrade their facilities to cope with population growth, industrial expansion and tightening of legislation however, upgrading is not a simple process, and the plants can face obstacles. OxyMem MABR can help overcome the challenges facing wastewater treatment plant owners and operators and allow for a fast and easy upgrade.
2020 a Milestone Year for OxyMem 2020 brought new challenges for everyone across the world, with the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic we all faced an unexpected new reality. We had to learn to adapt to our new normal and find new for our business and essential services to continue. Even with all the challenges that it brought OxyMem had several reasons to celebrate as success continued in 2020, and the company achieved some exciting milestones. Lets take a look back at what we have achieved in 2020.
OxyMem MABR enhances process stability and robustness Increasing populations, industrial growth and tightening environmental standards continue to challenge existing wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) as they operate close to and often beyond their design limits. Many of the world's existing wastewater treatment plants need upgrading; due to treatment capacity issues or regulatory targets. Upgrades are now longer choice but a necessity for environmental compliance. These existing treatment plants can face several challenges when it comes to upgrading.
OxyMem Wins “Breakthrough Technology Company of the Year” from Global Water Awards OxyMem are delighted to have been named the “Breakthrough Technology Company of the Year” by the Global Water Awards for its innovative Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology for the treatment and purification of municipal and industrial wastewater.