Aerobic waste air cleaning

Bio filtration is a pollution control technique using living material to capture and biologically degrade process pollutants. Common uses include processing waste water, capturing harmful chemicals or silt from surface runoff, and microbiotic oxidation of contaminants in air.

The idea to clean the waste air in a biological way, was already known in the 1970s, but was only converted in the 1980s thanks to intensive research into practice. Based on a microbiological method a modular system concept with almost universal application arose over the years.

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So far we have planned, tendered and supervised the set-up and ongoing operations of bio filters for cost-effective and reliable waste air purification in numerous projects.

Customized design is needed

Based on solid data and reliable planning assumptions a long-term viable and energy-saving waste air cleaning for odorous production processes can be realized with biofilters.

=> Biofilter BGA Maria Lankowitz

EnviCare® Engineering GmbH
engineering consultant for process technology

Eisteichgasse 20/36

8042 Graz, Austria
Tel. +43-316-381038-0 Fax+43-316-381038-9
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