Aerobic digestion is the process of oxidizing and decomposing the organic part of the sludge by micro-organisms in the presence of oxygen. Aerobic digestion produces a stable Class B product, reduces mass and volume, and reduces pathogenic organisms and has some key advantages for smaller plants when compared to anaerobic digestion such as low capital equipment cost and simple operational control.
In aerobic wastewater treatment systems, micro-organisms feed on organic materials to stabilize them, and reduce biological oxygen demand and suspended solids in the wastewater. We can provide you with an aerobic digestion system for your sewerage treatment operation or combine it with one of our wastewater technologies to meet your specifications.
Aerobic Digestion Technologies for Your Sludge and Biosolids Treatment Applications:
Biological Treatment Systems
Sludge and Biosolids Processing Treatment Systems
For more information about aerobic digestion, contact the Information Desk, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Eastern Standard Time at 1.866.926.8420 or 1.724.772.1402, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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