The Pilot Project of the FMBR WWTP at the Plymouth Airport in Massachusetts Has Successfully Completed the Acceptance

Recently, the pilot project of the FMBR wastewater treatment plant at the Plymouth Airport in Massachusetts has successfully completed the acceptance and has been included in the successful cases of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center.

In March 2018, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) publicly solicited cutting-edge technologies for wastewater treatment from  the world, hoping to change the pattern of wastewater treatment processes in the future. In March 2019, JDL FMBR technology was selected as the pilot project. Since the successful operation of the project for one and a half years, not only has the equipment been operated stably, the effluent indicators are batter than the discharge standards, and the energy consumption saving has also exceeded the expected target, which has been highly praised by the owner: “FMBR equipment has a short installation and commissioning period, which can reach the standard in a short time under a low water temperature environment. Compared with the original SBR process, FMBR has smaller footprint and lower energy consumption. The effluent BOD is not detected. Nitrate and phosphorus are usually below 1 mg/L, which is a huge advantage. ”

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Post time: Apr-15-2021