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White Paper: Surfactants in Wastewater

Unintended Consequences of Water Conservation and the Pandemic

Regardless of industrial or municipal applications, these are the most common observed wastewater challenges: 

  • Rising energy and chemical costs
  • Treatment capacity constraints – inability to meet EPA effluent requirements
  • Fats, Oil, Grease (FOG); scum and odor issues
  • Frequent process upsets, toxicity events and inconsistent performance
  • Bulking sludge, filamentous bacteria problems and poor sludge settling.

These challenges cause facilities to perform outside their design conditions, making them unreliable. The root cause for these challenges is the increased presence of surfactants, which interfere with solids separation, biological processes, and oxygen transfer—all critical factors in effective water treatment.  

Download the white paper to take a deeper dive into the wastewater challenges posed by surfactants and how nanobubbles are a chemical-free solution to remove their inhibitory effects. 

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