BioCord™ Technology

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Fixed Film reactors have been used for years to treat wastewater parameters such as BOD, COD, TSS and Ammonia. Eganville Wastewater Treatment Plant acted as the site of Bishop Waters pilot project using Biocord™ reactors, and showed tremendous ability to achieve MOE’s standards of effluent.

Statistical analysis showing the benefits of Fixed film systems treatment. Case studies of our Biocord™ technology uses in Aquaculture, wastewater plants, Rivers and Lakes and industry.

High turbidity waste streams, Molecord can be used to capture the suspended solids before discharge. Used in a wide range of industries, this paper shows the removal rate Molecord has on differing stream types.

Biocord™ technology is an affordable solution to wastewater problems using aggregated microorganisms adhered to a fixed surface. Used since the 1970s, Biocord™ technology can be adapted to existing or new sectors as a cost effective and less invasive means of achieving effluent limits.

Geotube® Technology can capture 84%+ of Phosphorous from septage, BioSolids and manure waste. Biocord™ Technology can be added to Geotube® filtrate and wastewater treatment to reuse the capture solids.

Excessive amounts of nitrogen in aquaculture is a constant problem causing toxic levels of ammonia and nitrates. The Manit fish farm, Thailand, installed Biocord™ frames into 2 of its 4 tanks. The results were a cost effective method that saw a drop in Ammonia, Nitrates, fish death and TSS concentrations.

The Qui Ting River, China, had pollutant levels of BOD, COD, ammonia and phosphorous far exceeding the national limits. With the installation of aerated Biocord™ frames, the resulting contaminants were reduced to safe levels within 3 months.

Using anoxic/anaerobic Biofilm reactors, Kouda, Japan, was able to leachate from its landfill to meet effluent limits set nationally. Kitaibaraki, Japan, used a similar setup to treat high ammonia Leachate from its landfall to safe discharge limits.

The Le?gumier had recently installed a system of 4 septic tanks to improve the treatment of the wastewater generated by the vegetable processing.