Canadian Clear "Silver Stream" MBR is "Low maintenance cost" "Space saving" "low initial cost" advanced water treatment system, by combining active sludge treatment and submerged Membrane Bio-reactor Systems.

Canadian Clear "Silver Stream" MBR adopting membrane filtration process requires less space and yet provides higher treatment performance compared with the conventional treatment systems. That is why the MBR is ideal for places with limited space, and for recycling of treated water for drip irrigation, landscaping, toilet flushing, road compacting, curing of concrete, etc.


Advantages Of An SBR

Batch Wise Biological Waste Water Treatment Has Great Advantages Compared To A Continuous System, Mainly Because The Operating And Control Techniques, Which Can Be Used At SBR Systems, Allow For A Far More Efficient Process Performance.

Other Advantages Of The SBR Are:

No Sedimentation Basin Nor Sludge Recirculation Pumps Are Needed. The Entire Process Takes Place In Just One Tank.No Short Circuiting Occurs As A Result Of Which Untreated Waste Water Leaks Into The Effluent;The System Is Better Protected Against Flow And/Or Load Variations Because Effluent Discharge Only Takes Place Once The Purification Process Has Been Completed:


Wastewater Treatment by ASP Method

This is a Improvised Waste Water Treatment Process called as Activated Sludge Process. In this process Wastewater is Aerated for biological growth and settled by various treatment units.The treated water will be disinfected and filtered for secondary usage.

wastewater generally includes those processes that remove debris and coarse biodegradable material from the waste stream and stabilize the wastewater by equalization or chemical addition. Primary treatment generally refers to a sedimentation process ahead of the main  system or secondary treatment. In domestic wastewater treatment, preliminary and  primary  processes  will remove  approximately  25  percent of the organic load and virtually all of the nonorganic solids. In industrial waste treatment, preliminary or primary treatment may include flow equalization, pH adjustment or chemical addition that is extremely important to the overall treatment process. Table 6-1 list the typical effluent levels by degree of treatment. This section of the manual will discuss the various types  of preliminary and primary treatment processes available.