OxyMem MABR enabling a stable treatment environment 

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. 

Severn Trent commissions the UK’s largest MABR plant during lockdown

Severn Trent commissions the UK’s largest MABR plant during lockdown OxyMem membrane aerated biofilm reactor (MABR) at Severn Trent’s Spernal site– the largest MABR in the UK  

Pain Points of WWTP Upgrades - The Time Challenge

Time Required to upgrade wastewater treatment plants  Increasing populations, industrial growth and ever-tightening environmental standards are pushing wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) 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, where upgrading is not a choice but a necessity for compliance. These existing treatment plants can face several challenges when it comes to upgrading. 

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