Discover why Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactors performs so much better than conventional activated sludge. You will find:
OxyFas modules are designed to be integrated as part of an existing activated sludge plant to improve performance and increase capacity with no additional infrastructure required.
Discover how our MABR compares to conventional systems when looking at relative concentration to biofilm effects on:
OxyMem has solved the common headache of mixing in wastewater tanks with its patented 'Airlift' technology that use the changing of liquid densities to circulate the tank and it comes with each Gen 4 module as standard
Landfill operators are experiencing unprecedented pressure to implement on site treatment for leachate discharge. This is an incredibly challenging influent to manage but the rewards of discharge security and cost saving for an effective process train are very compelling.
As plants move towards the end of their working life it often means wastewater is not being treated to the required discharge levels. These installations are operating well beyond their intended lifespan and beyond their intended capacity. These issues all contribute to an inefficient and unsustainable demand for energy. The MABR can be deployed in a matter of days to supplement the biological treatment capacity of an existing Activated Sludge process and increase the treatment capacity by 50% allowing for either treatment capacity or higher effluent quality.
OxyTube provides end users with an opportunity to experience advanced Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology first hand, on your own wastewater facility, with minimal investment. The robust, high quality stainless steel tube is 20cm in diameter and just 120cm in length. As a result, it can easily be dropped into a biological tank on your facility.
Wastewater treatment is a process used to convert wastewater into an effluent (out-flowing of water to a receiving body of water) that can then be returned to the water cycle, with minimal impact on the environment, or can be directly reused. However, a global estimate by UNDP and UN-Habitat is that 90% of all wastewater generated is released into the environment untreated. In many developing countries the bulk of domestic and industrial wastewater is discharged without any treatment or after primary treatment only. .
We continue to be amazed by the number of companies that attempt to take credit for the invention of the Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor. You would think that for something that has only recently come to market (2013) that it would be easy to confirm who was responsible, but the reality is the concept has been around for a very long time. This is also one of the reasons that MABR patents are challenging to find as most of them have expired.
Join Dr. Eoin Syron and delve into the very exciting world of the Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor and discover how we are actively disrupting the wastewater treatment market.
You will learn:
The fundamental aspects of the MABR process and how it can be applied to your challenges
The key design considerations of OxyMem MABR
Why it's time to re-evaluate your current aeration system
Barry Heffernan, the Chief Operating Officer from OxyMem outlines the key advantages arising from OxyMem MABR Generation 4, our latest innovation.
You will learn:
Self contained mixing
Higher oxygen transfer rates
Optimized membrane volume
The MABR habitat creates an ideal environment to support a very resilient biofilm that can withstand hydraulic shock loads and process upsets. The biofilm absorbs and consumes carbon and nitrogen based pollutants, but unlike conventional fixed film/biofilm systems (MBBR, RBC) it is incredibility energy efficient.
OxyFilm modules as installed as part of a new purpose built plant to treat pre-screened wastewater in it's own dedicated tank. This provide an exceptionally better approach to secondary treatment.
OxyPure modules use pure oxygen instead of air for better performance delivering high oxygen transfer rates in hard-to-treat wastewater that has a high oxygen demand.
Video Footage of our IFAS (OxyFas) Installation at VCS in Denmark. OxyFAS leverages the concept of IFAS with the power of MABR. With OxyFAS you can immediately transform overloaded, inefficient, or even obsolete wastewater treatment plants into high-efficiency facilities capable of servicing much higher population equivalents in a matter of weeks.
Under certain circumstances universities and other institutions can obtain a small MABR lab unit to carry out research into the effectiveness of MABR technology.
We explore the challenges wastewater treatment plants currently face and how OxyMem's MABR can help improve the effluent quality of wastewater and lower energy usage in the 4th industrial revolution.
OxyTube is basically a mini MABR module containing the heart of the OxyMem technology within an outer stainless steel protective layer. Its purpose is primarily for hands-on experience, not an analytical treatment of the wastewater.
Discover how OxyMem can deliver up to 5x the treatment capacity of existing wastewater plants without an additional footprint.
Discover How Our MABR Modules are Installed, Operated and Maintained. OxyMem modules provide wastewater treatment plants with the simplest installation and easiest maintenance of any solution, enabling them to increase their capacity and effluent quality.
Simultaneous Nitrification and Denitrification delivers superior Total Nitrogen Removal for wastewater treatment. Our process allows us to nitrify and denitrify, in one tank, removing harmful Ammonia, Nitrates, Nitrites, with minimal Nitrous Oxide emissions, without the need for additional processes or infrastructure.
The idea of MABR has been around since the 1960's and since then there has been a number of publications. From the inventors to the adapters to the commercialisation.
In this minute and a half video, our Commercial Manager, John McConomy demonstrated the durability of the OxyMem MABR membranes.
The OxyMem MABR modules can be easily dropped into existing aeration basins without draining the tank or interfering with the current processes.