MBR for agricultural wastewaterview Blue Foot Membranes
IPC®80 Modules - single deck
About MBR for agricultural wastewater
- Purification of heavy polluted rainwater from a biogas plant
- Back Washable Flat sheet
- Start up: 19 March 2019
- Number of IPC® membrane modules: 2 IPC®80 Modules.
Many biogas plants and agricultural farms have organically contaminated run-off wastewater from roads, silos and surfaces. This wastewater is usually collected separately and often is cleaned insufficiently. This leads frequently to contaminated water being led into adjacent surface waters.
A biological treatment plant containing the IPC® Membrane Bioreactor process ensures 24/7 compliance with the applicable discharge limits.
This wastewater treatment plant is based on the membrane bioreactor process (MBR), in which the wastewater is purified biologically, and the biomass is retained by submersed IPC® membrane modules. The filters ensure an especially high-quality process and a purification capacity of over 99%.
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