Resource-saving wastewater treatment and energy generation
Anaerobic processes for wastewater treatment are biological processes in which organic contaminants are converted into biogas (methane and carbon dioxide) in the absence of oxygen, thereby removing the contaminants from the wastewater.
Our anaerobic Biomar® plants have proven their worth in many practical applications. Wastewater with high organic loads is purified with a high degree of degradation using minimum power and additionally recovering energy from the biogas produced. This reduces the amount of excess sludge generated.