This is a Sponsor eShowcase presented by Evoqua Water Technologies.
Is the oxidation ditch still a relevant technology? Oxidation ditches were developed in the late 1950s. These race-track configurations were originally designed for BOD removal with extended aeration and shallow tanks (large footprint). Evoqua entered the oxidation ditch space in 1968 with the introduction of the Orbal system. Since then Evoqua has evolved this technology to accommodate the challenges of our wastewater industry. Evoqua’s modern oxidation ditches are designed based on simultaneous nitrification-denitrification, multistage configurations to meet stringent nutrient limits, deeper tanks , and process controls to optimize energy consumption. This presentation will review the evolution of oxidation ditches and will present the value and opportunities that modern oxidation ditches can offer to our industry. Don’t ditch the ditch!
Presented by Sergio Pino-Jelcic (Technical Sales Manager) and Mike Doyle (Senior Process Engineer).
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