EA’s EnviTreat laboratory specializes in conducting highly technical tests to determine the biological and physical/chemical treatability of industrial water and wastes for treatability assessments, evaluating process alternatives, assessing the performance characteristics of operational treatment plants, and new process development.
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EnviTreat testing protocols include the use of highly specialized measurement techniques, including using respirometers for monitoring biological reactions, bench scale batch reactors to define reaction kinetics needed to determine treatability of industrial wastes, and continuously fed reactors to determine the mass loading relationships necessary to design full scale facilities. EnviTreat has developed a specialized expertise in the design and use of such equipment for the intended purposes. These tests typically require 10–90 days to identify all the factors affecting wastewater treatability and to determine mass loading and design parameters.
EnviTreat provides testing for design, problem diagnostics, and operational optimization for biological and physical/chemical waste treatment systems. Examples of our testing techniques and technologies that are applicable to biological systems include activated sludge, attached growth, membrane, anaerobic, and compost systems. Example physical/chemical test methods include precipitation, coagulation, flocculation, clarification, filtration, carbon adsorption, and membrane filtration. Data that are produced provide municipal, industrial, and consulting engineering clients with reliable performance data to support design and performance analysis to meet project goals, reduce risk, and facilitate operations decision-making.