Technical Articles

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Waterloo Biofilter Systems Inc.


Waterloo Biofilter Systems Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Filtration and Separation Products)
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Treatment of landfill leachate with on-site disposal is being carried out at the Genoe and Nottawasaga-10 landfills in Ontarion since 1994 and 1996 respectively.... (View Full Article)
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All organisms require a source of carbon and energy to continue to grow properly. The two sources of carbon for the biosynthesis of cell tissue are carbon dioxide and carbon found in organic matter.... (View Full Article)
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About 30% of all sewage generated in North America passes through septic tanks, but there is a lack of study to improve these important treatment vessels, and there is no performance-based standard. A... (View Full Article)
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Over the last few years, nitrogen removal has been a hot topic of concern in the on-site industry. Currently, under the Ontario Building Code there is no requirement for nitrogen removal. However, in... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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Whether treating sewage at a Southern Ontario golf course or at a small village in northern Saskatchewan, on-site construction is constrained by wet or freezing weather, by coordinating trades, by... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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Commercial high-strength sewage may have high organics and nitrogen, variable diurnal and seasonal flows, use of disinfectants and grease-strippers, and fast-food type employees. A 'preengineered'... (View Full Article)
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A Husky Oil truck stop near London, Ontario needed to expand its facility to accommodate a larger restaurant. This meant an increase in design flow from 19,000 L/day to 56,000 L/day, thereby requiring... (View Full Article)