The City of Salida, Colo., stands in the middle of the state in the Upper Arkansas River Valley, settled in the heart of the Rockies. Lonnie...
Membrane bioreactors (MBRs) enhance wastewater treatment by clarifying wastewater from within the biological treatment system, improving the efficiency of the treatment process and eliminating the need for downstream clarifiers.
Most MBRs use hollow fibers made from PVDF. MBRs made from POREFLON, the world’s only PTFE hollow-fiber membrane, offer the strongest, most chemically resistant, highest-temperature, longest-service MBR available. They also meet California’s Title 22.
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