See how we’ve helped facilities achieve permit compliance and optimize their nutrient removal process.
EOSi’s Nitrack® Carbon Source Automation Make Florida County WWTPs Low-Nitrogen Compliant
Two Florida county municipal wastewater processing facilities achieve an ultra-low nitrogen effluent limit of 3mg./L — even with high variability in NOx loading — and lower overall chemical costs using EOSi’s automated Nitrack® Program controller dosing MicroC® 2000 carbon sources.
FL WWTP Meets Future Permit using EOSi’S Nitrack® Carbon Source Automation
A Florida municipal wastewater treatment facility becomes “future-ready” for meeting more stringent nitrogen permit requirements — and avoids a full plant upgrade — after implementing EOSi’s Nitrack® automated monitoring and dosing control feed system delivering MicroC® 2000 carbon sources.
MicroC 2000® Supports Biomass During Refinery Turnaround
EOSi assists an industrial wastewater treatment facility serving a refinery undergoing a three-month turnaround maintenance to supplement and maintain biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) loadings to quickly achieve treatment effectiveness and regulatory compliance.
Florida WWTP Replaces Methanol with Safer Supplemental Carbon Source
A Florida WWTP avoids costly upgrades of aging methanol-based facilities and equipment and remains in compliance by switching to safer and non-flammable EOSi MicroC 2000® premium carbon sources for denitrification for biological nitrogen removal (BNR).
Beef Processing Facility Case Study
EOSi assists a meat-processing facility address multiple denitrification process challenges and meet compliance goals during commissioning of a BNR upgrade to their wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) to comply with total maximum daily load (TMDL) limits.
Denver Area Wastewater Treatment Plant
A Denver-area wastewater treatment plant migrates methanol-fed TETRA® Denite® tertiary filter to non-methanol MicroC® 2000 in a trial determining the effect of using alternative carbon sources on the operations of a tertiary effluent deep-bed biological denitrification process.