Lakeside Equipment Corp.
Lakeside Equipment Corporation offers a wide range of equipment and systems for virtually all stages of wastewater, from influent through final discharge. Each process and piece of equipment we supply is manufactured with one goal in mind: Reliably improve the quality of our water resources in the most cost-effective way possible. We’ve been doing just that for more than 80 years.

Address

1022 E. Devon Ave.
Bartlett, IL 60103-4742
United States
Phone: 630.837.5640
Fax: 630.837.5647

Products + Services

The Closed Loop reactor (CLR) process, a modified form of the extended aeration complete mix process, provides biological nutrient removal using nonproprietary designs. CLR processes produce removal efficiencies that meet and exceed those of advanced tertiary treatment processes. BNR configurations are available with in-basin designs for nitrification and denitrification, as well as external... more
  • The Closed Loop reactor (CLR) process, a modified form of the extended aeration complete mix process, provides biological nutrient removal using nonproprietary designs. CLR processes produce removal efficiencies that meet and exceed those of advanced tertiary treatment processes. BNR configurations are available with in-basin designs for nitrification and denitrification, as well as external... more
  • From meeting new and increasingly restrictive effluent discharge limits to replacing existing sand filters, the Lakeside MicroStar filter offers the right solution for your high-quality filtration needs. The filter offers continuous filtration, even during cleaning. It is highly reliable and energy efficient. Speak to one of the experts at 630.837.5640 or email sales@Lakeside-Equipment.com. more
  • For the removal of debris and inorganic solids from municipal, industrial and septic tank sludges, this heavy-duty machine incorporates the Raptor finescreen for screening, dewatering and compaction. Accessories include grit and rock removal as well as security access and automated accounting systems. With the addition of aerated grit removal, the Septage Acceptance Plant is offered as the Raptor... more
  • This machine removes debris and inorganic solids from municipal, industrial and septic tank sludges. This heavy-duty machine incorporates the Raptor fine screen for screening, dewatering and compaction. Accessories include grit and rock removal as well as security access and automated accounting systems. With the addition of aerated grit removal, the septage acceptance plant is offered as the... more
  • For the removal of debris and inorganic solids from municipal, industrial and septic tank sludges, this heavy-duty machine incorporates the Raptor finescreen for screening, dewatering and compaction. Accessories include grit and rock removal as well as security access and automated accounting systems. With the addition of aerated grit removal, the Septage Acceptance Plant is offered as the Raptor... more
  • This machine removes debris and inorganic solids from municipal, industrial and septic tank sludges. This heavy-duty machine incorporates the Raptor fine screen for screening, dewatering and compaction. Accessories include grit and rock removal as well as security access and automated accounting systems. With the addition of aerated grit removal, the septage acceptance plant is offered as the... more
  • The closed loop reactor (CLR) process, a modified form of the extended aeration complete mix process, provides biological nutrient removal (BNR) using nonproprietary designs. CLR processes produce removal efficiencies that meet and exceed those of advanced tertiary treatment processes. BNR configurations are available with in-basin designs for nitrification and denitrification, as well as... more

Product Categories

Aeration, Equipment & Systems; Screw Conveyors; Filters; Clarifier Equipment; Grit Removal Equipment; Headworks System; Pumps, Screw Lift; Screens, Bar; Screens, Fine; Sequencing Batch Reactors

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