Biodisk Corporation

Wastewater Systems

Nov 12, 2013

Wastewater treatment using a BIODISK is a natural biological process based on the principle of the rotating biological contactor (RBC). It is self regulating, a complete treatment plant and can be sized to meet your needs. The treatment process has capabilities of secondary, tertiary and advanced treatment with an additional capability of denitrification.

Self Regulating

The treatment process easily accommodates flows ranging from 0 to 100 percent of design. The biomass on the RBC media is directly proportional to the organic material received. The process is self-regulating without supervision.

Sized to Meet Your Needs

Designed specifically for small flow applications of less than 1,000,000 gallons per day (gpd). The modular design allows today’s needs to be addressed today whereas tomorrow’s needs can be addressed tomorrow.

Complete Treatment Facility

RBC facilities have primary clarification, aeration, final clarification and easily accommodate auxiliary equipment such as filtration, disinfection, chemical addition and minimal biosolids management. The treatment process can be designed for secondary, tertiary and advanced wastewater treatment.


Operations and Maintenance

Operations and Maintenance of the BIODISK is simple, economical and can be conducted on a periodic basis by a low skilled operator.

The BIODISK has several unique properties making it a desirable system for ease of operation and maintenance such as:

• Low power consumption
• No field tests
• Long-term biosolids (sludge) storage
• No odour
• Built-in multi-stage process utilizes naturally occurring microbes
• Low operator skill requirements
• Operator intervention is limited to preventative maintenance and periodic sludge withdrawal.

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Additional Advantages

BIODISK process is environmentally friendly, sustainable and considers health and safety of the surrounding community.  

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BIODISK typical domestic wastewater treatment applications: Towns, Subdivisions, Remote Communities, Hotels, Motels, Apartments / Condominiums, Shopping Malls, Plazas, Homes, Cottages, Schools, Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Campgrounds, Trailer Parks, Construction Camps, Mining Camps, Marinas, Restaurants and Golf Courses.


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