The Biological system is an innovative activated sludge process using extended retention of biological solids to create an extremely stable, easily operated system. The capabilities of this unique technology far exceed ordinary extended aeration treatment.
The process maximizes the stability of the operating environment and provides high efficiency treatment. The design ensures the lowest cost construction and guarantees operational simplicity.
The system utilizes a longer sludge age than other aerobic systems. Sludge age, also known as SRT (Solids Retention Time) or MCRT (Mean Cell Residence Time), defines the operating characteristics of any aerobic biological treatment system. A longer sludge age dramatically lowers effluent BOD and ammonia levels, especially in colder climates.
The systems long sludge age process produces BOD levels of less than 10 mg/L and complete nitrification (less than 1 mg/L ammonia). Minor modifications to the system will extend its capabilities to denitrification and biological phosphorus removal.
While most extended aeration systems reach their maximum mixing capability at sludge ages of approximately 15 to 25 days, the Biological system efficiently and uniformly mixes the aeration volumes associated with a 30 to 70 day sludge age.
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