Solutions for the urban sector employ the MBBR (Moving Bed Bio Reactor) technology, based on biomass development in plastic supports (carriers) which are suspended in the mixed liquor of the biological reactor. These carriers allow more growth of microorganisms per unit volume than a conventional system. This system presents an effective, compact, efficient resource use, fully automated and with minimal maintenance required. The modular design includes primary, secondary and biological treatment phases; adaptable for urban municipalities, isolated communities and agricultural or industrial land use in different geographical environments.
Treatment of industrial wastewater and mining
Industrial wastewater discharges are complex, and there is a great variation of effluent characteristics depending on the industrial sector in which the system is applied. CAPITAL WATER conducts a study of each specific problem, and designs and installs the best solution for each case.
The technologies we mainly use are:
– Physicochemical Plants with pH control and sludge treatment
– Plants with MBBR Technology, DAF clarification system and ultrafiltration membrane
– In the mining sector we add the treatment of heavy metals to the solution adopted.
Capital Water designs and implements Potable Water Treatment Plants, which receive groundwater or surface waters, and provide water suited for human consumption that meets the health criteria. These treatment plants are used for emergencies and for small communities that have a water deficiency, can treat water from almost any natural source (rivers, lagoons, groundwater, etc.), and are easy to prepare and operate, meeting high quality standards.
Alternatives: Site Plants versus Container Plants
Water treatment solutions and depuration can be implemented both in-situ and in containers.
Container Treatment Plants: These Treatment Plants are supplied in a container with outdoor weather protection and are thermally insulated for extreme climates. They include all equipment needed for immediate operation wherever the water is needed.
In-Situ Treatment Plants: Capital Water designs the process and plant structures, efficiently manages the construction thereof, supplies and installs the equipment, performs the process of commissioning, and is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the treatment plants.