Advanced materials drive our unique MicroWeb™ suite
of best-of-breed sewage and industrial effluent treatment solutions.
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TRIGEN R16 WASTE-VALUE CONVERSION FACILITY
A sustainable living solution to achieve water and energy security
for communities subsisting in challenging environments such as semi-arid zones
at net zero cost. Capital and operating costs are offset from income derived
from the sales of high value added products converted from wastes such as
sludge and available biomass feedstock. The high value added products include activated
carbon, carbon black, bio-oils and industrial sugars as well as bioenergy and
A highly cost effective water reuse system for sewage and medium
strength industrial effluent such as the food and beverage industry. Treated
sewage can be recycled for non-potable uses such as cleaning, washing and
irrigation or extended to meet “toilet-to-tap” requirements. Treated industrial
effluent can reused for manufacturing or processing by industry which may be
mandatory in regions faced with critical water shortages.
MicroWeb™ BMR Schematic
A net zero energy, high strength industrial effluent recycling
system capable of reducing COD pollutants to insignificant levels.Treated effluent can be reused which is
critical to industries operating in water scarce regions. Numerous systems have
been successfully installed in the pharmaceutical and chemical industry as well
as sugar refineries, distilleries and pulp and paper mills. MicroWeb™ UMAR is
also applicable to oil refineries, including the plastics, electronics and
PolyWebP30™ was developed in collaboration with the
University of British Columbia and partial funding from the National Research
Council of Canada. It is a drop in replacement for PAM flocculants in
wastewater treatment applications but unlike PAM, it is non-toxic and can be
used by drinking water treatment plants for removing suspended solids in high
turbidity raw water.
PAM in solution, agglomerate.Microflocs are formed through the
addition of coagulants in conditioning suspended solids in the waste stream.
Large macroflocs, which are formed as a result, settle out or float as with
Dissolved Air Floatation (DAF) systems during the clarification phase of the
treatment process. The agglomeration process is enabled by PAM undergoing
“polymer bridging” or “bridging flocculation”. However, PolyWebP30™
encapsulates owing to its unique adsorption kinetics. Gravity settlement,
floatation or filtration of the macroflocs is significantly faster and more
effective in reducing suspended solids in the waste stream. In addition,
independent test reports confirm that PolyWebP30™ at a dosage of 1ppm is as
effective as 5ppm of PAM distributed by major global producers.
Naps 135 nanomedia are produced using a
nanotechnology platform. Naps 135™ is free floating in high purity water but
encapsulates suspended or dissolved impurities 15 Angstroms or larger, upon
contact. Naps™ 135 nanomedia collapse on and encapsulate suspended and
dissolved solids present in contaminated influent when under agitation.
Free floating Naps 135 in contact with Dissolved Solids
Naps 135 Encapsulates Dissolved Solids
The NanoCap™ Process based on Naps™ 135 is under