Veolia offers expertise in wastewater treatment, whether the challenge relates to scarce water resources, health concerns, or meeting stringent environmental regulations.
Veolia Water Technologies is consistently developing innovative and sustainable solutions to recover and optimize useful resources. Our robust, efficient and resilient technologies have transformed vital resources into clean water, clean energy and valuable end products.
It's not wastewater. It's resource water.
Veolia Water Technologies is committed to resourcing the world by designing technologies that assist in resource recovery and water reuse. Our robust, cost-effective and compact technologies are suitable not only for new plants, but also for upgrades at aging existing plants. With growing demographics and changing regulations, our solutions are able to fit in existing spaces with no need for expansion and can be incorporated to existing processes.
Applications & Offerings
- Stormwater Management
- Biologically Active Filtration
- Membrane Filtration
- Phased Biological Ditches
- PFAS Removal
- Leachate Treatment
- Advanced grit removal performances with higher capture of fine particles
- A wide range of sustainable, efficient and high quality solutions
Smart Lagoon Upgrades
- Total solutions to leverage existing lagoons and respect regulations
- Robust, efficient, compact with minimum operation requirements
- Flexible and suitable for cold weather (0.5C)
- Increasing capacity for aging WWTP while being compliant to environmental regulations
- Fitting in existing facilities, no need for physical expansion
- Treating leachate to protect the environment
- Designing systems that use both conventional and proprietary technologies to meet our clients’ needs with cost-effective and sustainable solutions
- Filtration in a small footprint
- High rate clarification
- Activated sludge treatment
- Mainstream and sidestream deammonification
- Biological media based solutions
- Hollow fiber and flat plate membrane filtration
- Biologically aerated filteration
Increased Wet Weather Capacity
- Enhance biological BOD removal
- Stormwater flow management
- Treatment for CSO and SSO
- Compliance with secondary treatment standards
- Filtration for carbon redirection and bio-methane production in anaerobic digestion
- CSO/SSO treatment
- Effluent polishing
- Pre-engineered high rate clarification
- Customized biological solution in a standardized package
- Turnkey solutions
Hydrotech Discfilter provides filtration in a small footprint. By employing woven cloth filter media installed on multiple discs, and utilizing an inside-out flow pattern, this versatile filter is appropriate for a variety of applications including tertiary wastewater filtration, effluent polishing, wastewater reuse and reclamation, Phosphorus removal, membrane pre-treatment, and stormwater treatment.
Hydrotech Drumfilter provides an effective filtration system for lower flows or higher solids loading conditions. The drumfilter employs woven cloth filter media installed on the periphery of the drum, and utilizes an inside-out flow pattern. This solution is ideal for effluent polishing and phosphorus removal at small plants. It is also highly effective for primary treatment or wet weather filtration.
Hydrotech Primary Filtration provides several advantages compared with conventional primary treatment and can also serve as a vital resource recovery tool for carbon redirection and bio-methane production in anaerobic digestion. Hydrotech can operate as a dual use filter, providing CSO treatment or SSO treatment while also being available for routine use for effluent polishing.
The Dusenflo® gravity filter offers a unique, economical, adaptable and highly effective potable water filtration system that will provide consistent high quality, crystal clear potable water. From basic manual controls to the most sophisticated programmable logic controllers, Veolia provides the appropriate controls for your system.
Escalator™ is the endless mobile belt type, using multiple panels with holes. It gives highly efficient fine screening in any direction. Structural shelf on perforated panels lifts larger unmattable solids. Panels are carried on heavy duty chains. The self-adjusting system of the rotating brush provides an annual average capture rate increase of at least 20% resulting in a reduction of Work Round costs
ACTIFLO® for Wastewater Treatment is a high rate clarification process that is a proven, compact, and robust wastewater clarification system. Actiflo is an established small footprint clarifier that can be used at various stages of wastewater treatment including: primary treatment, wet weather treatment (CSO and SSO), high rate secondary clarification, and tertiary treatment for suspended solids removal, phosphorus removal and metals removal.
BIOACTIFLO™ for Wet Weather Treatment is a high rate biological clarification process for enhancing biological BOD removal. In a similar nature of ACTIFLO, both processes are designed to help with stormwater flow management and aid in peak weather wastewater treatment for CSO and SSO facilities. If diverting excess flow is not an option, or the TSS and particulate BOD removal with ACTIFLO® alone is not enough, BIOACTIFLO combines a biological solids contact tank with high rate wastewater treatment to improve soluble BOD removal. This ensures compliance with secondary treatment standards during an excess wet weather event.
AnoxKaldnes™ is the global leader in Moving Bed Bioreactor (MBBR) and Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge (IFAS) technologies with more than 1000 references worldwide. K5 media is used to collect biofilm, reducing required footprint and allowing for future facility expansion without additional construction.
LagoonGuard™ has long been known for its consistent ammonia removal. Built upon the MBBR moving bed biofilm reactor platform, LagoonGuard provides robust nitrification in concert with the site’s existing lagoons. Now, LagoonGuard has just become simpler for small and medium-sized lagoon systems required to meet ammonia limits.
ANITA™ Mox is a robust, single-stage nitrogen and ammonia removal process with low carbon footprint. This activated sludge process is based on the MBBR or IFAS platform utilizing K5 media to cultivate anammox enriched biomass for mainstream and sidestream deammonification applications. The ANITA™ Mox process is specially developed for treatment of streams highly loaded in ammonia, such as effluents from anaerobic treatment, drying condensates, centrates, industrial wastewaters, and landfill leachates.
BIOSTYR® is a biological aerated filter ( BAF ) that combines biological treatment and tertiary filtration into one compact biological filter system. BIOSTYR DUO adds a second media layer for increased carbon, solids and nitrogen loading capabilities. With over 160 installations throughout the world, BIOSTYR is proven to be an exceptional technology for BOD removal, nitrification, denitrification and solids removal, with improved energy efficiency and 20% of the footprint of conventional activated sludge technologies.
NEOSEP® is a Membrane Bioreactor ( MBR ) system that offers the smallest footprint and lowest energy use on the market today with the incorporation of the FibrePlate™ membrane. FibrePlate™ is a hybrid of hollow fiber and flat plate technologies that retains the strengths while eliminating the weaknesses of conventional MBR membrane technologies. The NEOSEP membrane bioreactor can provide BOD removal, nitrification, denitrification, and enhanced phosphorus removal in many applications including industrial and municipal water reuse.
Phased Isolation Technology is a type of continuous flow activated sludge process, used in our Bio-Denitro™ Oxidation Ditch system, wherein one or more reactors alternate between oxic and anoxic phases. Alternating phases are controlled by a timed sequence or online nutrient monitoring. These systems offer very efficient enhanced nutrient removal without multiple reactor zones or MLSS recycle loops.
Tertiary UF is a modern and elegant way to insure optimum TSS removal and Phosphorous removal after any type of Activated Sludge process’ Secondary Clarification step. The Tertiary UF receives the coagulated clarified water to perform a superior filtration step. This approach is favored on water reuse solutions where very high solids removal is required to recirculate the treated water for further use.
City of Bristol, CT set out to reduce phosphorus effluent loads from their Water Pollution Control Facility. Given the high level of phosphorus removal needed, ballasted clarification was the chosen technology and four manufacturer’s were considered and evaluated.
The sidestream process is designed to reduce the impact of nitrogen load returned back to the mainstream treatment process and ensure that the plant meets the stringent discharge TN limit of 3 mg/L.
The City of Camas, WA WWTP was faced with replacing their existing pile cloth media disk filters in the same footprint with an option that is easier to clean and maintain.
New SPDES limits issued in 2005 and a negotiated Order-of-Consent would require an upgrade to the New Rochelle WWTP to remove nitrogen from its discharge. On average, the mass-based nitrogen requirement would require the facility to meet a TN discharge of 4.0 mg/L or less at design flow. BIOSTYR® BAF Improves Health of the Long Island Sound with Nutrient Removal.
The AnoxKaldnes Hybas™ process has the advantage of accepting a significant combined sewer overflow (CSO) while maintaining a nitrifying biomass and eliminating the need to construct new aeration basins on a constrained site.
A 0.63 MGD wastewater facility in North Carolina reduced its effluent TN load by 76% following an upgrade of the system with mechanical mixing and an enhanced control system.
Webinars Available On-Demand
- Achieving strict regulatory standards in an ever-growing population: Western Wake Regional WRF
- Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Control and Treatment Options with Actiflo
- Stormwater Control Solution with Hydrovex Products (Available in Canada Only)
- Get Ready for Climate Change Issues and Resiliency with the Actiflo!
- The Art of Screening System Selection
- Two Things You Should Know About Grit Removal
- Benefits of Advanced Resource at the Primary Treatment Stage
- Knoxville Utilities Board - Peak Flow Management and Eliminating Diversions with Biologically Enhanced High Rate Clarification
- The Use of IFAS/MBBR and Deammonification Technologies to Facilities Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) of Nitrogen and Phosphorus - The Tale of Two Case Studies
- Houston Tackles the Challenges of Replacing the Traveling Bridge Filters at 69th Street WWTP
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Clarification & Filtration
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