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Resources and Information

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Denver Area Wastewater Treatment Plant

Denver Area Wastewater Treatment Plant Migrates Methanol-Fed Tetra Denite Tertiary Filter to MicroC® 2000

EOSi Company Brochure

Meet your contaminant removal objectives safely, reliably and cost effectively with non-hazardous, environmentally sustainable solutions from EOSi.

HRSD Nansemond Treatment Plant Case Study

EOSi Uses MicroC® 3000, a Biobased Alcohol Mixture, at the Nansemond Treatment Plant

MicroC® 2000 Product Sheet

MicroC® 2000 is glycerin-based and non-hazardous and it's the most cost-effective non-hazardous carbon source on the market. MicroC® 2000 is widely used in denitrification, Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal (EBPR) and BOD addition applications.

Mid-Atlantic Water Reclamation Plant

Lowering plant chemical costs and improving nutrient removal performance through non-VFA pathway EBPR

Nitrack® Control Program

The Nitrack® Control Program allows EOSi technical staff to have remote, real-time visibility into key biological nutrient removal (BNR) process parameters, and provides our clients with the ability to automatically control the feed rate of MicroC®TM products.

North Carolina Water Reclamation Facility Case Study

EOSi Optimization Services for a North Carolina Facility result in MicroC® 2000 usage reduction, while achieving optimum nitrogen removal performance.

Pennsylvania Coal-Fired Power Generation Station Case Study

EOSi Provides MicroC® 4100 to Consistently Remove Selenium and Nitrate from FGD Wastewater

Poultry Processing and Rendering Plant

EOSi’s Nitrack® Control Program Achieves Consistent Effluent Quality in a Process with Highly Variable Wastewater Flows and Loadings

BOD Supplementation Brochure

The effectiveness of biological wastewater treatment depends on having a healthy, sufficient biomass. Supplementing the biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) of the influent wastewater with a carbon source such as MicroC® Premium Carbon Sources can help establish or sustain the biomass during periods of low BOD loading. BOD Supplementation can also be referred to as BOD Augmentation or BOD Addition.