GE Healthcare in Lindesnes, South Norway (GEHCLI) are preparing to produce 22 GWhper year from the biogas generated from their wastewater.
Remmendalen Sewage Treatment Plant
The Remmendalen Sewage Treatment Plant is a giant leap into the green future for Halden municipality. The 240 mill. NOK plant upgrade provides capacity for decades to come, as well as yielding both heat and electricity.
After one year of operation, the new wastewater treatment plant at Smaken av Grimstad, has both solved challenges and opened up new opportunities. The treatment process is sustainable; it produces heat, minimal sludge and a treated wastewater with great potential for reuse.
Biowater’s HyVAB® technology: Food manufacturer builds wastewater treatment plant which turns dissolved and suspended organics into combustible gas. The new compact and highly effective treatment reduces the sludge production to a historic minimum.
The EU programme Horizon 2020 may be the route to a major European market for Biowater Technology.
Horizon 2020 is the world’s biggest research and innovation programme, with EUR 80 billion over seven years.
Hits the Chinese market: Biowater Technology AS and Sichuan Science City Tianren Environmental Protection Co. LTD in Shichuan (Tianren), China, has signed a contract where Biowater will deliver its new and patented CFIC® technology for a new municipal wastewater plant in Guiyang City, Guizhou, China.
Arendal Municipality: Sewage plant doubles its capacity without expanding buildings. New pre-filtering solution halves investments, brings better sludge, reduces operational costs and shrinks carbon footprint.
Halden municipality in south of Norway will expand and upgrade its largest wastewater treatment plant, Remmen RA, so that effluent meets the highest environmental standards. The renovated plant will have a capacity of 42000 p.e. Biowater will deliver the core treatment processes, which include the biological treatment and subsequent clarification unit(s).
CUMBERLAND, RI, NOVEMBER 20, 2013: Biowater Technology is pleased to announce Mr. Jack C. Gardiner has joined Biowater Technology as CEO North America. Jack is well known and respected in the water and wastewater industry and brings over 30 years of valuable experience to Biowater.
Oslo, Norway, 1 July 2013, Biowater Technology raises NOK 38 million from existing owners, Incitia Ventures II and Mallin Venture, and new investor, Sembcorp Industries (Sembcorp) through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Sembcorp Utilities.
NEWSFLASH: Biowater Technology a leading provider and manufacture of advanced biological wastewater treatment processes and equipment for municipal and industrial facilities globally, has been awarded a contract by The Village of Bloomingdale, Michigan, USA (municipal) to supply its Compete Mix Fixed Film (CMFF®) biological treatment process.
Røros municipality selected biological purification of wastewater that leaves behind a smaller CO2 footprintThursday, June 27, 2013
NEWSFLASH: Røros municipality, which is on UNESCO's list of World Heritage sites, has selected advanced biofilm technology from Biowater Technology in favour of chemicals when upgrading the municipality's wastewater purification plant.
NEWSFLASH: Biowater Technology is pleased to announce that the company has been awarded its largest order for Biowater’s new cost effective CFIC® biofilm wastewater treatment system. The order comes from one of the leading private food manufacturers in the US.
NEWSFLASH: Biowater Technology is pleased to announce the arrival of its prefabricated systems to be used for residential wastewater treatment.
Cold weather has a significant impact on wastewater treatment efficiencies. Biowater Technology’s Continuous Flow Intermittent Cleaning (CFIC®) process provides an added benefit in extremely cold weather conditions because of its robust biofilm.
Biowater Technology announces CFIC®, the next generation cost effective treatment for wastewater reuseThursday, July 5, 2012
NEWSFLASH: Biowater Technology (BWT) announces the Continuous Flow Intermittent Cleaning, (CFIC®) biological process to enhance the capacity for a given footprint and to reduce energy and costs, while improving effluent quality.
CUMBERLAND, RI, MAY 15, 2012: New stricter ammonia limits and cold weather nitrification are two of the many issues that hinder a lagoon based wastewater treatment system. In an area where the seasonal temperatures are low it is impossible to nitrify in the lagoons. Biowater’s system handles both of these issues with ease and is less expensive than other retrofit solutions.
CUMBERLAND, RI, APRIL 15, 2012: Wastewater from a meat processing plant is a complex mixure of all sorts containing excrements, blood, cleaning and flushing water as well as wastewater from hygiene systems. Nordfjord Kjott was no different. Nordfjord was having compliance issues with effluent equivalent to the sewage of 35,000 inhabitants being discharged to the municipality.
Cumberland, RI, March 26, 2012: Sewer overflows are major contributors to violations in municipal wastewater treatment plants. In the past, there have been only a few ways to handle the wet weather contribution to a plant. Ballasted flocculation or reconfiguring the plant entirely- both very costly options. Biowater has come up with a cost-effective, dependable way to handle these issues.
Biowater’s MBBR/IFAS/CFAS® Combined Fixed-Film Activated Sludge treatment plant has many benefits:
February 2012 Food Processing Magazine
Introducing the Next Generation MBBR...CFIC® - Continuous Flow Intermittent CleaningBOD/COD removal, Nitrification-all of the benefits of traditional MBBR's with additional capabilities.Monday, October 31, 2011
BWT’s CFIC® process is an enhanced way to improve effluent water quality and address the need for cost effective reuse of water. The CFIC® biofilm reactor process consists of highly packed biofilm carriers upon which biofilm proliferates and degrades water-borne pollutants. At the same time, CFIC® improves pollutant removal rates significantly compared with widely used Activated Sludge and MBBR solutions.
How Can This Little Carrier Save So Much Energy And Space?
Biowater Partners With Parkson To Bring Advanced Fixed-Film Technologies to North America
Maximize Your Wastewater Treatment by 4X in the Same TankWe Specialize in Food Processing WastewaterFriday, April 8, 2011
Maximize Your Wastewater Treatment by 4X in the Same TankWe Specialize in Food Processing Wastewater
Providence, RI USA: Biowater Technology AS is proud to announce our new location in Cumberland, Rhode Island. Biowater Technology is a company in business since 2007 run by personnel specializing in the field of biological fixed film processes for water and wastewater treatment.
Providence, RI USA: Biowater Technology AS is now offering a prefabricated, packaged wastewater treatment system.
Our Biowater package plant is different than others in that it can be installed above or below ground and in either a skid mounted configuration or a trailer configuration depending on the location. Designed for installations up to 100,000 gal/d, these systems are dependable and space saving.