Jun 02, 2009

Biorem Announces $700,000 Biotrickler Order

Three Mytilus systems will treat polluted air streams at a municipal wastewater treatment plant

Biorem, Inc. has announced the receipt of a biotrickling filter order in Florida valued at $700,000.

Biorem will supply three Mytilus biotrickling filtration systems to treat 24,000 cfm of polluted air streams with high hydrogen sulfide levels at a municipal wastewater treatment plant. The project is expected to revenue in the latter part of this year.

“Our continuing improvement in our products and standardization allows us to maximize performance and drive down net delivered cost,” said Peter Bruijns, president and CEO.” This has allowed us to evolve into a leader in delivering large-scale biological air pollution control systems.”