Municipalities that incorporate the T-MBBR system in the design of new large wastewater treatment systems can either double the capacity of the planned plant or achieve the planned treatment capacity using half the originally planned footprint. In addition to reducing the size of the aeration tanks and clarifiers, the T-MBBR system produces 80% less sludge therefore significantly reducing sludge handling, transportation and disposal costs.
BioShaft can be hired as the main contractor to construct the entire wastewater treatment plant or supply the T-MBBR reactors to be integrated with civil works constructed by others. As an alternative to concrete tanks, BioShaft can supply the components of bolted steel aeration tanks and clarifiers to be constructed onsite in less than half the time needed to build concrete tanks.
Large T-MBBR wastewater treatment plants can potentially save municipalities millions of dollars in capital costs and hundreds of thousands of annual operating costs.