Category: Wastewater Treatment Solutions

Types of Reactors in Wastewater Treatment

Written by AOS Treatment Solutions on June 19, 2018
types of reactors in wastewater treatment

  Through the use of reactors in wastewater treatment, it is possible to enrich the lives of communities and increase the well-being of individuals. AOS Treatment Solutions offers solutions to wastewater problems and provides water analysis services that help to Read More

Does Reverse Osmosis Remove Minerals from Water?

Written by AOS Treatment Solutions on June 12, 2018
does reverse osmosis remove minerals?

  Reverse osmosis is used in water purification to remove contaminants. This article outlines the process and the types of minerals removed. Reverse Osmosis and How to Remove Minerals from Water The process works by pushing water through a semipermeable Read More

How Does Activated Sludge Wastewater Treatment Work?

Written by AOS Treatment Solutions on May 15, 2018
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The activated sludge wastewater treatment process is widely used and relied on by many municipalities. This process utilizes a multi-chamber reactor unit that uses microorganisms as a method to remove nutrients from the water. Oxygen is used to establish and Read More

Aerobic Vs. Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment

Written by AOS Treatment Solutions on May 8, 2018
aerobic vs. anaerobic wastewater treatment

Two primary types of wastewater treatment processes are aerobic and anaerobic. Aerobic and anaerobic wastewater treatment help prevent waterborne diseases and improve the biological water quality, which is necessary for a population's overall health. These two treatment options have distinctive Read More

What Is Sedimentation in Water Treatment?

Written by AOS Treatment Solutions on May 1, 2018
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Sedimentation is a common way of treating water. It is a process that removes solids that float and settle in the water. The process relies on the use of sedimentation tanks that remove larger solids. Subsequent treatment processes may be Read More