Sanitherm, a Clean Harbors Company supplier website

Logo Sanitherm
Based in Coquitlam, Canada
Offers Other (O) MBR membrane configuration

Proprietary MBR products and systems:

  • Fully self-contained package plants housed within shipping containers or pre-fab buildings
  • Pre-packaged MBR plants, including steel tankage
  • Pre-engineered MBR treatment plants including all process equipment designed to be installed in field tankage

About Sanitherm, a Clean Harbors Company

Sanitherm, the manufacturer of the 'SaniBrane' MBR packages, was founded in 1946 and has been designing and manufacturing packaged wastewater treatment plants since 1975 with particular emphasis on MBR plants since 2003. Our parent Company is Clean Harbors, which is publicly-traded on the NYSE (CLH).

Custom design and manufacture for wastewater treatment of flows of less than 4,000 m3/d (1 MGD). We also provide complete start-up services, operator training, trouble-shooting and operations for MBR plants around the world.

SaniBrane MBR plants are assembled in our 1,700 m2 (18,000 ft2) climate-controlled factory near Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Areas of expertise:

  • packaged MBR treatment plants
  • pre-engineered MBR treatment plants, especially less than 4,000 m3/d (1 MGD).

MBR technology & applications

Proprietary MBR products and systems:

  • Fully self-contained package plants housed within shipping containers or pre-fab buildings
  • Pre-packaged MBR plants, including steel tankage
  • Pre-engineered MBR treatment plants including all process equipment designed to be installed in field tankage

Sanitherm has supplied more than 300 custom-designed MBR plants for a wide range of applications (including 250 plus industrial) ranging from very remote mining and construction sites to residential developments.

Company summary

Head office in Coquitlam, Canada
Operates in
Offers Other (O) MBR membrane configuration | Immersed technology configuration
300+ commissioned plants

Last updated: 19 June 2018

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