Anammox Process

Aug. 6, 2018

Anita Mox is a moving bed biofilm reactor for treating wastewater with high ammonia concentrations (200 to 2,000 mg/L). With patented controls, it removes nitrogen from side streams—such as those from anaerobic digesters—with 60% less air than conventional nitrification and no supplemental carbon. This significantly reduces the energy need and cost of operation in the main plant. 

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