Category: Wastewater Treatment Solutions

How to Reduce Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) in Wastewater

Written by AOS Treatment Solutions on November 1, 2018
COD wastewater

Closely related to Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD), Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) is another important water quality parameter that industrial and municipal authorities should be familiar with to determine the best wastewater treatment methods for their needs. What Is Chemical Oxygen Read More

Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) in Wastewater Treatment

Written by AOS Treatment Solutions on October 30, 2018
what is biological oxygen demand?

Water is one of nature’s most precious resources. Groundwater is essential in sustaining plant and animal life and as a raw material for many industries. Wastewater is water that has been contaminated from human activity, environmental, or industrial processes and Read More

Tertiary Treatment of Wastewater – Methods and Process

Written by AOS Treatment Solutions on September 11, 2018
tertiary treatment of wastewater methods

Tertiary water treatment is the final stage of the multi-stage wastewater cleaning process. This third stage of treatment removes inorganic compounds, bacteria, viruses, and parasites. Removing these harmful substances makes the treated water safe to reuse, recycle, or release into Read More

How Does a Sludge Dewatering Centrifuge Work?

Written by AOS Treatment Solutions on August 21, 2018
how does a sludge dewatering centrifuge work?

  Sewage disposal is one of the most ecologically important processes in the United States. The health of individuals and the environment depend on safe and effective ways to treat and dispose of this waste. For decades, the focus has Read More

Types of Wastewater Treatment Plants

Written by AOS Treatment Solutions on August 7, 2018
types of sewage treatment plant

  Wastewater and sewage treatment plants are responsible for processing approximately 34 gallons of wastewater in the United States each day. Wastewater treatment plant power consumption can range anywhere from 50k BTU/gallon each day to less than 5k, depending on the Read More