Case Study - Hydro, OK WWTP Installation
Hydro, OK was not meeting their discharge permit limits. The engineer for the City recommended the installation of a SBR treatment system, which the town deemed too expensive to purchase and operate.
BiO2 installed the biological remediation process, in conjunction with the EC technology as a final polishing step, in the fall of 2013. A 1-year probationary period to prove concept and meet permit limits of BOD, 20 mg/L and TSS, 30 mg/L as well as disinfection was granted by Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (OKDEQ). The probationary period successfully ended in August, 2014. During that period, the WWTP experienced ice covering the lagoon cells in February, 2014, as well as an illegal discharge of approximately 16,000 gallons of oil pollutants into the City’s collection system in April, 2014. Please refer to the “Read More” link to see pictures and data collected over the past 1 ½ years.
Case Study - Colorado Research Project BiO2 Solution™ Pilot Project
Prior to the summer of 2008, a Colorado Research Project was experiencing problems with sludge accumulation, odor and effluent quality at its wastewater facility. The existing mechanically aerated, three cell lagoon system was not meeting effluent discharge permit limits and experienced high operational costs.
Case Study - Municipal Trickling Filter
A Kansas municipality utilized a mechanical wastewater system as its primary treatment solution. The 0.75 MGD system included clarifiers, anaerobic digesters and trickling filters in the treatment process prior to discharging into the Arkansas River. Effluent exceeded ammonia levels allowed by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) for this area.