In an anaerobic water treatment plant, bacteria degrade the organic waste in the wastewater in a low-oxygen environment. This is handy if your wastewater has a high organic load. But if the wastewater that you want to treat has high conductivity or a high fraction of organically degradable suspended solids, you will also be making the right choice if you go for an anaerobic water treatment plant.
What are the advantages compared with an aerobic water treatment plant? The bacteria can process a higher stream of organic material. Sludge production is lower and the nutrient requirements are far less stringent. What's more, anaerobic technology means substantial savings on energy consumption: the aeration costs no longer exist. With this technology, you can also produce energy-rich biogas.
Thanks to years of hands-on experience and targeted investments in research and development, Pantarein Water now possesses unrivalled expertise in anaerobic water treatment. We install not only the classical variant; you can also opt for an upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor (UASB) or an anaerobic membrane bioreactor (AnMBR).