Environmental

Equipment

Division

Sequencing Batch Reactors

Pleasant Mount Welding, Inc.'s Environmental Equipment Division can provide Sequencing Batch Reactors from their custom designs and engineering to the fabrication of the tanks. PMWI’s SBRs provide state of the art, proven modern wastewater treatment for municipal, commercial, and industrial wastewater flows. A sequencing batch reactor is an activated sludge process where various water treatment events occur in the same tank. These SBRs provide an economical wastewater treatment system, reducing energy requirements and the necessity of the addition of chemicals over conventional treatment systems.

 

PMWI’s systems come complete with fabricated structural steel tankage, blowers, controls, pumps and any additional equipment required to meet your specific treatment requirements. PMWI’s modular systems are prefabricated to allow for ease of installation based on your specific treatment and site requirements. 

FEATURES

  • Fully automated control system

  • Environmental Compliance: high-quality effluent low in BOD, TSS, nitrogen, and phosphorus

  • Enhanced biological nutrient removal (BNR) 

    • Total nitrogen < 3 mg/l​

    • Total phosphorus < 0.3 mg/l

  • Intuitive interface offers great process flexibility and control

  • Simple installation, operation, and maintenance

BENEFITS

  • Eliminate wastewater surcharges

  • Reduce number of tanks required for wastewater treatment

  • Reduce physical footprint requirements - no secondary clarifiers required

  • Lower maintenance costs due to less equipment and fewer mechanical parts

  • Reduce energy requirements

  • Reduce amount of required chemicals

APPLICATIONS

  • Wide ranges of inflows and/or organics loading

  • Small to medium communities

  • Industries with high BOD loadings (i.e. food & beverage, chemical plants, pulp & paper, etc.) 

  • New plant construction

  • Retrofit existing activated sludge systems 

  • Upgrading plant equipment

  • Water reuse and reclamation

Contact Us to discuss PMWI Sequencing Batch Reactor solutions for your wastewater treatment today!

SBR Process

Fill

Wastewater is pumped into the tank until a certain amount of mixed liquor is in the reactor.

React

Treatment begins under controlled conditions to remove the required nutrients (carbon, nitrogen, & phosphorus). The control is air to produce anaerobic, anoxic, or aerobic conditions.

Settle

Treatment is then halted to allow for the sludge floc to settle to the bottom of the tank. 

Decant

A decanter mechanism is lowered into the water to remove the treated clarified supernatant without disturbing the mixed liquor blanket.

Idle

The idle period is time between completion of decant and beginning of fill. This occurs when actual flows are less than design flows.

SBR Case Studies - Success Stories

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Case #1: Success Story

Wastewater Treatment Plant SBR Retrofit

Greenfield Township Sewer Authority (GTSA) WWTP in Pennsylvania

By installing an SBR and eliminating final clarifiers with return and waste sludge equipment, the GTSA saved over $2 million in project construction costs.

The upgraded PMWI SBR wastewater treatment system allows the plant to handle storm flows while meeting the State's stringent effluent requirements for ammonia and phosphorus.

Case #2: Success Story

New Wastewater Treatment Plant SBR Installation

Benton-Nicholson Joint Sewer Authority (BNJSA) WWTP in Pennsylvania

This facility was monitored for two years to evaluate compliance with the total nitrogen discharge limits set by the Chesapeake Bay Biological Nutrient Removal requirements. It met or exceeded those limits without any chemical addition.

 

The BNJSA saved over $1 million by not having to construct clarifiers and related equipment.

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Case #3: Success Story

Wastewater Treatment Plant Rehabilitation

Hartford Township Wastewater Treatment Plant in Pennsylvania

The Hartford Township's existing Wastewater Treatment Facility is in the process of being completely rehabilitated to function using modern SBR technology from Pleasant Mount Welding, Inc. 

This rehabilitation will eliminate the existing Extended Air Activated Sludge WWTP which cannot meet the new Chesapeake Bay nutrient removal requirements on its own. It will be replaced with a new PMWI SBR capable of total Nitrogen and Phosphorus removal. 

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