[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] "The removal rates we saw during the pilot test are comparable to removal rates from a rotating biological contactor, which is a commonly used device in mechanical treatment facilities," Johnson says.
What does R3C stand for?
R3C stands for Rotating Biological Contactor (biological treatment)
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The removal rates we saw during the pilot test are comparable to removal rates from a rotating biological contactor, which is a commonly used device in mechanical treatment facilities," said Johnson.
Conventional rotating biological contactors (RBCs) are a type of secondary treatment process used in the treatment of wastewater following primary treatment (usually filtration and settling).
Later, a rotating biological contactor and an oxidation ditch were proposed, but were rejected by the town as obnoxious neighbors.
A favorite alternate (secondary) treatment system in the UK is the rotating biological contactor (RBC).
Rotating Biological Contactors Rotating biological contactors are large plates or disks threaded on a central shaft, much like a spindle, partly submerged in wastewater.
5-MGD (million gallons per day) rotating biological contactor wastewater treatment plant, eight pump stations, and septage receiving and industrial pretreatment program.
Cornell's early efforts in aquaculture technology focused on using submerged biofilters and rotating biological contactors (RBCs) for fish tanks.