ACTIFLO® / MULTIFLO™ Softening Technology
Our pilot unit for high rate softening technology has the capability of testing both ACTIFLO®and MULTIFLO™ softening processes to determine which best fits your application.
Both technologies offer high rate softening within a small footprint.
- Operating in ACTIFLO® Softening mode, the pilot unit processes up to 130 GPM combining chemical precipitation with recirculated microsand, which acts as a seed for floc formation.
- Operating in MULTIFLO™ Softening mode, the pilot unit treats up to 40 GPM and incorporates chemical precipitation with sludge thickening, producing a highly concentrated sludge that can easily be dewatered.
HPD® Evaporation and Crystallization
Veolia's facility focused on HPD® Evaporation and Crystallization technologies is capable of conducting analytical, bench-scale, and pilot-scale testing to support project and process development.
This 50k ft2 Research & Development Center provides a valuable service to clients to ensure the commercial installation performs as according to the design parameters for each, unique system.
OPUS® and OPUS® II Technology
OPUS® technology is ideal for treatment of produced water from oil and gas exploration and production activities, or other industrial waste streams where zero discharge is desired.
OPUS® technology utilizes a reverse osmosis process operated at an elevated pH to produce a high quality effluent suitable for recycle or reuse while generating low waste volume.
NEOSEP® Immersed Membrane Bioreactor
NEOSEP®, our new generation membrane bioreactor, combines enhanced biological treatment using activated sludge with immersed membrane filtration to produce superior effluent quality.
The compact design results in a very small footprint for full-scale systems. The pilot treatment unit processes 2 GPM and establishes pretreatment requirements and performance results.
Other Pilot Studies
In addition to our proprietary technologies, Veolia has the capability to simulate a variety of other processes on site at your facility, including conventional treatment schemes.
Our process engineers will evaluate the needs and develop a testing protocol to collect the data needed for a new facility design or process improvements.