Bioaugmentation Wastewater Treatment
Enhance biological waste treatment for environmental compliance with wastewater bioaugmentation treatment
Controlling organic contaminants and ammonia are key objectives of many wastewater treatment plants. Ensuring the healthy growth of beneficial microorganisms is critical to the efficient operation of secondary treatment systems, which are designed to remove organic contaminants and (sometimes) nitrogen.
SUEZ offers a complete package of products and services to help support healthy and efficient microorganism growth and improve performance in your wastewater system. This section focuses on our bioaugmentation products, but our secondary system optimization solutions include our foam control and settling aids as well.
Features & Benefits
A west coast refinery suffered a wastewater treatment upset after accidentally releasing a large quantity of slop oil into their wastewater system.
A US chemical plant was experiencing high effluent BOD and was shipping off wastewater to achieve compliance.
In a large metropolitan area hotel chain overloaded the city sewer system with oil and grease.
A food processing plant faced regulatory action due to high BOD, TSS and grease (FOG) in their charge, and a highly contaminated lagoon.
A large gas plant operation had an equalization pond which was filled with plant wastewater and a high level of COD from bundle washings and chemical dumps.
At this Midwestern food manufacturer, cheese-processing units generate wastewater that contains fats, oils and greases (FOG), and other soluble organic by-products.