|Anaerobic Methane Production [ANAMET System]|
Production and is a Microbiological Process that utilizes anaerobic microbiology to treat
wastewater with High
Concentrations of Organic Material
in a single anaerobic biological step. The major part of organic
impurities in wastewater is converted into biogas a mixture of
methane and carbon dioxide.
The great advantage of this technique is that it provides a usable product and consumes little energy and chemical aids. The biogas formed contains 50-85 % methane, depending on the composition of the wastewater, and constitutes a source of energy at large-scale facilities corresponding to several tons of oil per day.
As a result, a very high total treatment effect is achieved up to 98 % BOD7 removal. Subsequent combination with aerobic treatment provides levels of up to 99,9 % BOD7 removal.
Anaerobic degradation of biological sludge and other organic sludge is also a technological area in which TEI has acquired considerable experience through its installations of digesters at municipal sewage treatment plants.
ANAMETTM is the method of anaerobic treatment most commonly used throughout the world. With the great number of reference facilities constructed, it has been demonstrated to be a well-proven and reliable technique with low maintenance costs.