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The first MBBR process for municipal wastewater treatment was put into operation in Norway in the early 1990s. Today, with more than 200 municipal installations, the MBBR is one of the most well documented biological solutions for treatment of municipal wastewater. Which is very flexible and versatile technology, the bio media process can be designed for different municipal applications and levels of treatment. And typically applicable mode is divided two different types as below

Industrial (Up to 5,000m3)

Name of PlantReactor (m3)CountryYear
AO Kondopoga 14,000 Russia2000/2004
Arkhangelsk Pulp and Paper 17,400 Russia2007
Bahia Sul 15,000 Brazil2007
Bhadrachalam 6,400 India2007
Billerud Gruv?n Mill 6,000 Sweden2006
CMPC Inforsa 6,000 Chile2006
CMPC Laja 7,700 Chile2005
CMPC Pacifico 5,500 Chile2009
CMPC Puente Alto 5,500 Chile2006
CMPC Santa Fe 9,000 Chile2006
Fraser Papers, Maine 6,000 USA2002
Norske Skog Follum 8,000 Japan2007
Papelera Sniace 10,690 Spain2010
Quesnel River Pulp 6,000 Canada2005
Rottneros Utansj? 7,350 Sweden2005
SCA Graphic Ortviken 10,000 Sweden2004
SCA Packaging Munksund 11,200 Sweden2009
Stendal Mill 6,100 Germany2004
Stora Enso Anjalankoski 8,000 Finland2005

 

Municipal  (Up to 2,000m3)

Name of PlantReactor (m3)CountryYear
Broomfield, Colorado 4,697 USA2002
Corby STW 4,000 United Kingdom1998
EDAR Gav?-Viladecans 12,000 Spain2010
EDAR Vilareal 4,908 Portugal2010
Fields Point WWTP, RI 34,200 USA2010
Gardermoen 5,790 Norway1998
Lille Marquette 14,630 France2012
Lillehammer 3,840 Norway1994
Nyk?ping 3,660 Sweden1998
Pyewipe 3,960 United Kingdom1998
RA-2 19,000 Norway2002
R?ti 8,349 Switzerland2004
Sj?lunda 6,230 Sweden1998
TEDA West WWTP (Phase 1) 4,200 China2006
Trois Fronti?res CC3F 8,000 France2008
Uddebo wwtp 2,700 Sweden2008
Visby 5,800 Sweden2007
Wildcat Hill WWTP, Flagstaff, AZ 6,600 USA2008
Yucaipa WWTP 4,037 USA2007

 

 

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