The data quickly confirmed effective wintertime operation and excellent sulfate reduction. NRRI and the University of Minnesota recognized that Clearwater Layline’s project could be a platform for gaining a better understanding of the sulfate-reduction process.
The Clearwater BioLogic system can handle any flow rate of water. It can treat sulfate concentrations of more than 1,000 mg/L. Most importantly, this system can reduce sulfate concentration to the 10 mg/L wild rice standard or even to zero if that is needed.
Clearwater BioLogic realized that the huge surface area of our recycled fibers with 7,000 m2/m3 and 90% void volume provides enormous economic and performance advantages over existing biological systems.
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