The BioCycle-D Optimized Aerobic Digestion Process provides ideal conditions for aerobic sludge digestion and the reduction of organic matter through endogenous respiration, maximizing volatile solids (VS) destruction, pathogen reduction, and sludge conditioning at a fraction of the expense of conventional aerobic digestion process. The process is also capable of producing Class B biosolids.
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By decoupling aeration from mixing, BioCycle-D operates on the principle of alternating aerobic and anoxic conditions to optimize digestion and save energy. Through instrument feedback, the BioCycle-D controller automatically transitions the cycles from aerobic for volatile solids destruction to anoxic/anaerobic for facilitating denitrification, alkalinity recovery, and energy savings.
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Biosolids management costs for a small to medium-sized wastewater treatment facility can account for 50% of the facilities operations and maintenance expense. Upgrading the aerobic digestion process can save both time and money, while ensuring process performance to meet disposal requirements.
Ideally suited for aerobic digesters, the BioCycle-D Optimized Aerobic Digestion Process is an excellent fit for a variety of markets — including biosolids, municipal wastewater, and industrial food & beverage. The process is a good solution for small facilities with a single tank as well as large, multi-tank plants. BioCycle-D also incorporates variable mixing intensity based on operating depth (i.e. there are no minimum depth requirements).