WEFTEC participation - booth 5817

5 new (waste)water technologies to be presented by Nijhuis at WEFTEC

During this year’s WEFTEC, Nijhuis Industries will be presenting 5 new (waste)water technologies and resource recovery innovations to the North American market during technical sessions at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center.

All of the presented technical session innovations are also showcased at the Nijhuis booth within the Exhibition Center, along with other sustainable water use & resource recovery innovations. The technical sessions will present the technical process approach, applications for use, and operating results from full-scale installations.

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Turn wastewater into profit

WEFTEC visitors are welcome to discover how to turn wastewater into profit with new concepts and systems including anaerobic treatment, ammonia recovery and fat recovery, all based on realized full-scale plants.

To reduce energy and consumption costs for wastewater pretreatment systems, Nijhuis has developed the next generation DAF technology coupled with a real-time dosing control system, the i-DOSE.

i-DOSE technology
The i-DOSE technology reduces chemical consumption costs by up to 30%, minimizes the hydraulic retention time required in an EQ tank, and offers high level process control resulting in less operating attention requirements and time adjusting chemical dosing.

Booth 5817
Stop by the Nijhuis Industries booth (5817) to learn more about our customized solutions, innovations and case studies for wastewater pre-treatment, biological treatment, water reuse and recycle, waste-to-value and intelligent services.

Learn more about i-DOSE and Nijhuis innovations during the technical sessions

Nijhuis technical session presentations will take place during all three days of the technical conference and will focus on anaerobic treatment (AECOMIXTM), ammonia recovery (NAR), fat recovery (i-FAT), intelligent DAF (i-DAF) systems, and real-time chemical dosing control (i-DOSE).

Intelligent dissolved air flotation for efficient carbon harvesting from municipal waste water
Date: Monday September 26 - 2.30 PM
Session: 202, Room 253
By: Wilbert Menkveld | R&D Manager

Applying real-time pollution control to reduce chemical costs and energy usage for DAF
Date: Monday September 26 - 3.30 PM
Session: 224, Room 224
By: Hunter Long | Technical Manager, North America

Fat recovery from dissolved air flotation sludge
Date: Tuesday September 27 - 2.00 PM
Session: 402, Room 345
By: Wilbert Menkveld | R&D Manager

Efficient energy recovery from wastewater and waste streams
Date: Tuesday September 27 - 4.00 PM
Session: 402, Room 345
By: Hunter Long | Technical Manager, North America

Recovery of ammonia from digestate as fertilizer
Date: Wednesday September 28 - 3.30 PM
Session: 602, Room 345
By: Scott Christian | North America

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