Case Studies

See how we’ve helped facilities achieve permit compliance and optimize their nutrient removal process.

Florida Municipal Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant

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).

Markets refinery

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.

Denver Area Wastewater Treatment Plant

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.

Treatment Plant Case Study

HRSD Nansemond Treatment Plant Case Study

Switching to EOSi’s MicroC 3000® biobased alcohol mixture carbon source for denitrification enables a southeastern Virginia wastewater treatment plant to substantially reduce external carbon source expenditures..

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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.

Municipal Water Reclamation Plan

Mid-Atlantic Water Reclamation Plant Demonstrates Non-VFA Pathway EBPR Using MicroC® 2000

Using EOSi’s MicroC® 2000 carbon sources as a glycerol-based electron-donor for accomplishing enhanced biological phosphorus removal in plant processes enables a mid-Atlantic water reclamation plant to lower chemical costs and improve nutrient removal performance.