Thank you for selecting the EnviroServer® CS Series Wastewater Treatment System. Sometimes, the simplest solution is the best and that’s the case with the EnviroServer. Simple, because the entire treatment system is in one tank. Simple, because the only moving part is the blower. Simple, because there is minimal intrusion to the landscape. Simple, because the process is accomplished with aeration and agitation, the same technology as sewer treatment plants. Simply simple!
MicroSepTec EnviroServer was originally developed for denitrification of wastewater based of the simple principle of the MBBR (Moving Bed Biological Reactor), A type of wastewater treatment process that consists of an aeration tank (like an activated sludge tank) with special plastic carriers that provide a surface where a bio-film can grow. To achieve higher concentration of biomass in the bioreactors, hybrid MBBR systems (like the EnviroServer) are used where suspended and attached biomass co-exist, contributing both to biological processes. MBBR . The MBBR process has been used throughout the world for commercial strength applications.
MicroSepTec was the first company to take the large scale MBBR and fit it into a compact single vessel unit to treat residential and commercial strength waste for simple installation, operation and maintenance to achieve high quality effluent.
In the standard commercial operation the EnviroServer CS series will reduce organic loading to below residential strength waste and can be designed to reduce organic loading to below advanced secondary treatment standards.
In the denitrification design of the EnviroServer CS(N) Series can reduce the organic loading to below residential waste strength and Total Nitrogen (TN) by 50%. If greater than 50% reduction of Nitrogen is required consult your local MicroSepTec Distributor or MicroSepTec for design assistance on a custom EnviroServer CS Series. MicroSepTec may require additional chemical feeds needed to control PH, Alkalinity, Phosphorous and other chemicals that affect the stoichiometry of the system to ensure the desired effluent quality is met. It is highly recommended that flow monitoring be used to control proper recirculation