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  • Some Misunderstandings about the MBR Process ⑥
    Some Misunderstandings about the MBR Process ⑥
    2020-07-28

    Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) is a combination of a membrane process such as microfiltration or ultrafiltration with the activated sludge process, which result in achieving significantly low organic constituents in treated wastewater. Membrane systems transform sewage to clear and high quality water. The small footprint of the treatment technology enables the systems to be integrated in natural, picturesque surroundings and to treat wastewater for irrigation use. The sludge yield in MBR process is very low. The quality of effluent in MBR is superior to conventional ASP effluent. The effluent from MBR can be reused for industrial applications after RO (Reverse Osmosis) treatment. MBRs can operate at much higher MLSS (Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids) compared to conventional ASP (Activated Sludge Process).

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  • How much is the price of integrated sewage treatment equipment?
    How much is the price of integrated sewage treatment equipment?
    2020-08-05

    How much is the price of integrated sewage treatment equipment? I believe that many buyers will ask this question and are very concerned about this question. Let's take a look at the actual situation! Integrated sewage treatment equipment

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  • Some Misunderstandings about the MBR Process ⑤
    Some Misunderstandings about the MBR Process ⑤
    2020-07-27

    Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) is a combination of a membrane process such as microfiltration or ultrafiltration with the activated sludge process, which result in achieving significantly low organic constituents in treated wastewater. Membrane systems transform sewage to clear and high quality water. The small footprint of the treatment technology enables the systems to be integrated in natural, picturesque surroundings and to treat wastewater for irrigation use. The sludge yield in MBR process is very low. The quality of effluent in MBR is superior to conventional ASP effluent. The effluent from MBR can be reused for industrial applications after RO (Reverse Osmosis) treatment. MBRs can operate at much higher MLSS (Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids) compared to conventional ASP (Activated Sludge Process).

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  • Some Misunderstandings about the MBR Process ④
    Some Misunderstandings about the MBR Process ④
    2020-07-22

    Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) is a combination of a membrane process such as microfiltration or ultrafiltration with the activated sludge process, which result in achieving significantly low organic constituents in treated wastewater. Membrane systems transform sewage to clear and high quality water. The small footprint of the treatment technology enables the systems to be integrated in natural, picturesque surroundings and to treat wastewater for irrigation use. The sludge yield in MBR process is very low. The quality of effluent in MBR is superior to conventional ASP effluent. The effluent from MBR can be reused for industrial applications after RO (Reverse Osmosis) treatment. MBRs can operate at much higher MLSS (Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids) compared to conventional ASP (Activated Sludge Process).

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  • Some Misunderstandings about the MBR Process ③
    Some Misunderstandings about the MBR Process ③
    2020-07-19

    Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) is a combination of a membrane process such as microfiltration or ultrafiltration with the activated sludge process, which result in achieving significantly low organic constituents in treated wastewater. Membrane systems transform sewage to clear and high quality water. The small footprint of the treatment technology enables the systems to be integrated in natural, picturesque surroundings and to treat wastewater for irrigation use. The sludge yield in MBR process is very low. The quality of effluent in MBR is superior to conventional ASP effluent. The effluent from MBR can be reused for industrial applications after RO (Reverse Osmosis) treatment. MBRs can operate at much higher MLSS (Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids) compared to conventional ASP (Activated Sludge Process).

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  • Some Misunderstandings about the MBR Process ②
    Some Misunderstandings about the MBR Process ②
    2020-07-10

    Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) is a combination of a membrane process such as microfiltration or ultrafiltration with the activated sludge process, which result in achieving significantly low organic constituents in treated wastewater. Membrane systems transform sewage to clear and high quality water. The small footprint of the treatment technology enables the systems to be integrated in natural, picturesque surroundings and to treat wastewater for irrigation use. The sludge yield in MBR process is very low. The quality of effluent in MBR is superior to conventional ASP effluent. The effluent from MBR can be reused for industrial applications after RO (Reverse Osmosis) treatment. MBRs can operate at much higher MLSS (Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids) compared to conventional ASP (Activated Sludge Process).

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