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Devon Energy J2 Project - Conklin, Alberta, Canada

Oil & Gas

Devon needed a compact, easy-to-install, easy maintenance and robust solution for oil removal from its future produced water at the J2 site.

ACTIFLO® Ensures Compliance for Coal Yard Runoff

Power Generation

ACTIFLO® technology enabled the facility to comply with new discharge limitations for iron and manganese in runoff from its coal pile storage yard...

Deux Montagnes - Mobile ACTIFLO® Dredging


In order to avoid sediment transfer from the dredging loca on, the Total Suspended Solids (TSS) had to be limited to avoid the transfer of material. The TSS value to be respected was less than 25 mg/L. 

How to increase plant capacity and lower TIN levels?


Kruger's AnoxKaldnes Hybas™ process has increased plant capacity to 8 MGD and demonstrates TIN levels of less than 5 mg/L.

How to reduce biosolids disposal costs and increase plant capacity?


The BioCon allowed the City of Buffalo to increase its' biosolids capacity to 1,850 tons of dry solids per year. The ERS provides over 80% of heat for the dryer from renewable fuels, and reduces the biosolids mass by 95%.

ACTIFLO® Turbo and Multimedia Filtration vs. Ultrafiltration

Carbon Footprint

A heating facility in Wisconsin required nearby lake water to be clarified and demineralized in order to produce water suitable for boiler feed.

AquaMAXTM 2.0 vs. Chemical Treatment for Cooling Towers

Carbon Footprint

A large pharmaceutical company's R&D campus utilizes chemical treatment to maintain the condenser cooling water systems, and heat exchange surfaces.

BIOBED® EGSB vs. Activated Sludge

Carbon Footprint

A beverage producer wanted to eliminate one of their highly energy intensive waste processing steps, which would result in an increase in the COD load of the wastewater.

Macro Porous Polymer Extraction (MPPE) vs. Off Site Treatment

Carbon Footprint

The client, who produces thousands of tons of hazardous wastewater every year, desired an alternative to the existing method of removing the hazardous waste water by tanker truck and treating it off site, which was required 66 times per year.

MBBR Retrofit vs. New Nitrifying Biotower

Carbon Footprint

A municipal landfill in Pennsylvania, which treats leachate in a 30,000 gallons per day on-site treatment plant, required an upgrade to their system to meet their NPDES permit limit for ammonia.

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