See how we’ve helped facilities achieve permit compliance and optimize their nutrient removal process.
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.
Texas Beef Processor Nitrack Program Case Study
EOSi’s MicroC® premium carbon sources and Nitrack® Program enables a large Texas beef processing plant implement an operational solution, achieving compliance with new stringent nitrogen regulatory limits, and avoid a costly upgrade to its existing wastewater treatment facility.
Poultry Processing and Rendering Plant
EOSi’s Nitrack® control program enables a Chesapeake Bay-area poultry plant to achieve consistent effluent quality, meet regulatory discharge limits on nitrogen and phosphorus loadings, and minimize operator oversight of BNR processes with highly variable wastewater flows and loadings.
Midwestern Water Reclamation Plant Case Study
A midwestern-US water reclamation plant serving 1.1 million customers converts two of five batteries to an anoxic/anaerobic/oxic configuration in a large-scale evaluation for testing enhanced biological phosphorus removal using EOSi’s MicroC® 2000 carbon sources.
Virginia Wastewater Treatment Facility Case Study
Switching from using acetic acid to EOSi’s MicroC® 2000 premium carbon sources enable a Virginia wastewater treatment facility upgraded to achieve enhanced biological phosphorous removal objectives (EBPR) to achieve a significant feed rate reduction and an estimated savings of approximately 30%.
Midwest Municipality Uses MicroC 2000 to Treat High-Strength Industrial Influent
A small midwestern-US municipality achieves permit compliance and avoids fines by using EOSi’s MicroC® 2000 premium carbon sources to restore biomass growth, enhance denitrification for alkalinity recovery, and meet stringent pH control and ammonia discharge requirements.