Waterloo Research Publications
Ontario’s Green School Pilot Initiative – Year One Sewage Treatment Results
Published in Influents, 2012
Under the Green Schools program the low energy and low maintenance Waterloo Biofilter replaces suspended growth-extended aeration technologies at three Ontario public schools – resulting in improved effluent quality, lower noise and odour pollution, and ongoing operating cost savings to the schools of over $60,000 per year. Also demonstrated are the WaterNOx nutrient removal system and wastewater reuse.
Transportable, Communal Sewage Plants
Submitted to ES&E, 2004
SC Shipping Container treatment units provide a ‘plug and play’ wastewater treatment solution that is shipped easily throughout the world, controls installation quality, reduces installations costs and variability, and provides more predictable treatment and operations.
Effect of Increased Flow Rate on the Microbial Population in the Waterloo Biofilter
Prepared for KEO, 2003
Periodic surges in flow rate or mass loading are easily handled by the Waterloo Biofilter technology with little to no effect on the effluent quality produced.
Communal-Sized Sewage and Leachate Treatment Using Biofilters in Process Trains
Published in ES&E, 1998
Waterloo Biofilter wastewater treatment technology applications ranging from municipal wastewater, food processing wastewater, and landfill leachate are detailed.