Aqua-Aerobic Systems Inc.
Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. is a leader in adaptive water management solutions for municipal and industrial markets worldwide, since 1969. Our expertise in aeration and mixing, biological processes, cloth media filtration, membranes, and control and monitoring systems allows us to provide you with adaptive water management solutions at the lowest life cycle cost. Our proven technologies meet the most stringent wastewater effluent requirements including enhanced biological nutrient removal, phosphorus removal and water reuse, as well as TTHM removal and ultrafiltation in potable water applications. Our technologies are designed to easily accommodate changing effluent demands. Our engineering team will assist you with all aspects of your project whether it is a new plant, or an upgrade/retrofit to an existing plant. In addition, our dedicated Aftermarket team will provide you with exceptional service for the life of your Aqua-Aerobic product or system to keep your plant operating efficiently.

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6306 N. Alpine Road
Loves Park, IL 61111
United States
Toll-free: 800-940-5008
Phone: 815.654.2501
Fax: 815.654.2508

Product Categories

Aeration, Equipment & Systems; BNR Removal Process; Software, Process Control; Membranes, Microfiltration; Ultrafiltration Equipment

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