Sludge Treatment / Aerobic Digestion

Aerobic sludge digestion is a biological process that takes place in the presence of oxygen. With oxygen, bacteria present in the sludge (activated sludge) consumes organic matter and converts it into carbon dioxide. Ovivo offer several technologies to encourage this natural process to thrive, producing consistent, high quality, results. Processes supplied by Ovivo can use coarse or fine bubble diffusers .

Aerobic Digestion

Aerobic digestion is a biological process that takes place in the presence of oxygen, eliminating vectors (VAR) and reducing the volume of sludge to dispose of.

Thickener

When wastewater is treated, sludge is produced. Thickening increases the solids content of sludge to be disposed of.
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  • MEMBRANE THICKENING AEROBIC DIGESTION PROCESSES

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  • Sludge Stabilization Sustainability of Aerobic Digestion Processes

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  • Ultrasonic Sludge Disintegration is a “Bubbly” Solution for an Anaerobic Digestion or BNR Process

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  • DIGESTIVORE™: KILLING FOUR BIRDS WITH ONE STONE

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  • Analysis of Nutrient Removal using Membrane Thickening Aerobic Digestion

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  • Sludge Stabilization Sustainability of Aerobic Digestion Processes-Bryen Woo, P.E.

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