Self-Cleaning non-clogging media with 20 years warranty

10 Times the Loading in less than 1/5 the time

Easy to Install or Relocate

Water can be used for Irrigation

Fully automatic
and easy to operate

Global Production and Service

World Wide Monitoring Available

THE NATURECLEAN - EEC BIO PROCESS

 

 

1- Buffer Tank

Wastewater is collected in a buffer tank. This tank acts as a balancing reservoir and is used to separate solids, paper and other waste to be received with the waste water.


All controls upfront and "Fully Automatic"

 

2 - NATURECLEAN - EEC BIO SYSTEM.

The first and the second chamber of the NC - EEC High-Speed Bio Tec is filled with EEC Proprietary AMB Bio Media and water. The last chamber, which is a parallel plate settler, is filled with water only.

Before beginning the pumping of the waste water, the system blowers starts. The blowers force air through the manifolds into the first 2 chambers of the bio system.

The influent wastewater enters the first chamber and comes in constant contact with the AMB Bio Media and air. Large surface area provided by the AMB Bio Media helps the bacteria to form large colonies on the AMB Bio Media. Circular motion of the media is caused by the air flow. Each element of the media slowly moves in a circular motion from the surface to the bottom and then upwards again. During this movement, it is in constant contact with the injected air. Slowly a bio film develops over each element, which disintegrate the bio mass present in the effluent.

 

 

 

 

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Basic MBBR Process

  1. Screen
  2. Settling
  3. Buffer & Feed
  4. Rotation of AMB Bio media by Air
  5. Final Settling & Sludge Recycling
  6. Effluent for Recycling, Irrigation, Toilet Flush, or Meet any Local Standard.

NatureClean - EEC systems can be customized to handle Nitrate, Salt, Phosphate, Ammonia, Nutrient and Pharmaceuticals Removal

Description of MBBR Process

 

3 - Effluent Flow

From the first chamber the effluent flows to the second chamber through the perforated partition at the top. The same treatment is repeated in this chamber and the remaining bio mass from the first chamber gets fully digested.. The treated water then enters the third chamber.

A baffle plate guides the water entering the third chamber downwards. The settler provides a large surface area for the suspended particles to settle down on its surface and the same are guided towards the bottom.

Clean water is let out of the system and can be used for irrigation, toilet flushing, or meet any stringent effluent requirements

Each System is Fully Tested Before Leaving Factory

Each system is carefully designed to clients exact specifications regards to influent loading and effluent requirements in respect of COD, BOD, TSS, Ammonia or Nutrients.
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