BTX Biotreater System

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  ISO 9001:2000 Certified Bioscience, Inc Environmental Products and Services  BTX BIOTREATER SYSTEM FOR WASTEWATER AND GROUNDWATER WHAT IS BTX? BTX  biological submerged, fixed-film reactors are advanced packaged biotreatment systems used in the treatment and pretreatment of industrial, institutional, commercial and domestic wastewater; in the treatment of surface water and groundwater in site remediation applications; and, in the treatment of drinking water. They are unsurpassed for stability and ease of operation compared to conventional packaged activated sludge systems. FEATURES Factory Fabricated, Modular Design Aerobic, Anoxic or Anaerobic Operation Flow Capacity: 500 to 225,000 Gallons Per Day (1.9 to 852.3 m 3 /day) Easy and Inexpensive to Install Self Controlling - Easy to Operate Transportable by Roadway BENEFITS   Treats Difficult-to-Degrade Organics  The BTX system was developed specifically for effective treatment and/or pretreatment of wastewaters from hotels, motels, food processing plants and small industrial plants. BTX  systems are also used for on-site decontamination of groundwaters, surface waters and wastewaters containing hazardous wastes. The BTX  system has special advantages in removing difficult-to-degrade organics. Its totally-enclosed design allows for the treatment of volatile as well as non-volatile compounds. Treats Volatiles  Each BTX  unit is an airtight enclosure. Gas diffusers and recirculation pumps circulate gas and wastewater through a rigid, reinforced polyvinyl chloride (PVC) matrix. The corrugated matrix provides 42 square feet (3.9 m 2 ) of biofilm growth surface per cubic foot (0.028 m 3 ) of matrix. BTX  treatment capacity equals or exceeds  that of an activated sludge plant of the same size, while BTX  units are much easier to operate. This is because no sludge wastage decisions need to be made and because the secondary sludge from BTX  units generally settles and dewaters better than that of suspended media systems, such as activated sludge. Treats Complex Mixtures   BTX  units can be arranged in series or in parallel for complete treatment of complex mixtures of diverse organic chemicals. A combination of units operating in aerobic, anoxic and/or anaerobic modes can provide BOD removal, degradation of chlorinated compounds, nitrification, denitrification, and desulfurization in a single  process train. Ideal for Pollution Prevention  Because the biological population is fixed in each reactor, the BTX  system requires no interstage clarification, sludge separation or sludge recycle making BTX  systems easy to operate and control. BTX systems are ideally suited to in-plant pollution prevention applications since they are totally contained. Your Bioscience Technical Representative will prepare a detailed, coordinated design to meet your treatment needs. 010711 1550 Valley Center Parkway, Suite 140 !  Bethlehem, PA 18017 !  (610) 974-9693 ! Fax (610) 691-2170 E-mail:  !  Website:  
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