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Resources and Information

These collection of resources include data sheets, white papers, case studies, and other information about our products and solutions.

EOSi Company Brochure

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

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.

Midwestern Water Reclamation Plant Case Study

EOSi Supports Facility’s Full Scale EBPR Evaluation using MicroC® 2000

Virginia Wastewater Treatment Facility Case Study

EOSi uses MicroC® 2000 for EBPR at a facility in Virginia

City Of Wilson WRF – Achievements In Total Nitrogen And Phoshporus Reduction Below ENR Levels

The City of Wilson Water Reclamation Facility is a 14 MGD facility discharging to Contentnea Creek, one of the largest sub basins in the Neuse River Basin.

Model extension gives BNR bugs a carbon-based boost

A novel, and needed glycerin model enhances activated sludge systems.

Novel MicroC® Mathematical Model for Biological Nitrogen Removal in Activated Sludge Systems: Introduction of the Multi Heterotrophic-biomass Simulation

This study demonstrates the need for developing a mathematical model that includes an additional heterotrophic biomass category to describe the biological processes that occur in the presence of a glycerin-based external carbon source (MicroC® 2000TM).

The Effect Of Operational Conditions On Glycerol-driven Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Using Microc2000 And Fate Of Glycerol In EBPR Processes

In the last decades, enhanced biological phosphorus removal (EBPR) in activated sludge systems has become a widely applied wastewater treatment process. In fact, EBPR is considered the most economical and sustainable technology to meet increasingly stringent phosphorus discharge requirements.

The Fate of Glycerin in BNR, A Closer Look at Nitrite Accumulation and Glycerin Specialists

Glycerin based carbon sources have quickly become the most popular non-hazardous carbon source used to support denitrification in BNR and ENR facilities