Landfill aeration

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    Stanford researchers have developed a method for converting ammonia in wastewater into nitrogen gas while simultaneously generating power in a bioreactor system. This method produces energy from carbon and nitrogen waste and provides significant cost and energy savings over current options.

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    Viresco Solutions is a consulting firm based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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    The Global Environment Centre Foundation (GEC) is an entity that supports the UNEP’s International Environmental Technology Centre (IETC), based in Japan.

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    The Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC) is a non-governmental organization supported by the Ministry of the Environment of Japan, promoting international cooperation activities related to climate change, global environment conservation, research, capacity building, and support

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    ENERGIAS RENOVABLES EXACTA S DE RL  DE CV is a private sector turnkey renewable energy technology provider established in 2009 with the mission to offer optimal solutions to the technological needs of stakeholders focusing on renewable energy and sustainability.

  • The EPA’s National Risk Management Research Laboratory (Dr. Albert Venosa) in collaboration with the University of Cincinnati (Dr. Makram Suidan) have developed a gravity-flow Biomass Concentrator Reactor (BCR) for biological water treatment. The BCR design encompasses an aeration chamber housing a high surface area porous polyethylene membrane system that retains all of the biomass within the aeration chamber. Its simple operation and low maintenance requirements may render it economically more feasible than other water treatment technologies.

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    Background: Water and wastewater treatments consume 3-4% of energy while 60% of energy used at the wastewater treatment plant is dedicated to aeration in the activated sludge process. This novel bio-granule called oxygenic bio-granule proposes to transform wastewater treatment facilities into water resource recovery facilities. The oxygenic bio-granule results from the conversion of activated sludge under photochemical reactions. It is naturally formed and is composed of algae and bacteria within one granular biomass.

  • UET products are based on a mathematical algorithm in the field of chemical engineering for the production of a process unit composed of a green reactor and settler (Green Machine). The calculated amount of scale corrosion products and bio life are being produced in the UET’s reactor and settled in the UET’s settler. The driving force for the reactor is partial electrolysis of the water. The process unit is tailored to specifications manufactured and delivered to the customer including the highest level of engineering and technical support.

  • The RD 1 Water Filtration System is a portable modular precision engineered water treatment system designed for use in remote or inaccessible locations and as a backup high quality water provision source for communities whose access to regular supplies of potable water may be limited by environmental or infrastructural factors.

  • Techase has developed a Special Multi-plate Screw Press which is adaptable to deal with sludge from a variety of industries such as petro chemistry paper amyloid chemical blue-green algae pectin wastewater inorganic material and so on. For instance if the filter press is to be used to dewater sludge contaminated with blue-green algae it is fitted with special shafts for the algae and special flocculants.