Marmite was conceived in 1902 as a by-product of beer brewing, and a manufacturing factory was soon opened in Burton-on-Trent where it still resides today. Marmite is now a trademark owned by Unilever, the world’s largest producer of food spreads.
EGSB anaerobic pretreatment with AMBR™ post treatment to discharge to sewer and reverse osmosis to produce boiler feed water. Partnership with EGSB anaerobic treatment plant supplier.
Complete turnkey solution:
- AMBR™ bioreactor with slot aeration, ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis membranes and sludge treatment storage.
- Totally automated, with remote access for plant monitoring.
|Volume for AMBR™ Treatment||600 m3/ day|
|Volume of RO Permeate||270 m3/ day|
|Design COD Load||2,100 kg / day|
|BOD from AMBR™||< 10 mg / l|
|TSS from AMBR™||< 10 mg / l|
|RO Permeate / UV||Suitable for reuse|
|BENEFITS FOR THE CUSTOMER|
|Lower mains water consumption|
|Wastewater discharge cost saving to sewer – significantly lower volume and concentrations|
|Consistent high grade water for reuse in boiler feed water|
|Environmental benefits of reduced water footprint|
|Biogas production from EGSB for use in factory boiler|
|Reduced treatment of boiler feed water and blow down|