ABMet - Water | GE Energy

By: Sondex Drilling Tool  09-12-2011
Keywords: Mining Operations, Coal-fired Power, Treated Effluent,

GE's Advanced Biological Metals Removal System (ABMet) provides a proven, reliable process to remove elevated levels of selenium, nitrate and metals found in wastewater streams at coal-fired power plants, mining operations and other industries.

This simple, low-energy system uses biofilters, seeded with selected strains of naturally-occurring microorganisms, to produce treated effluent that meets or exceeds the world's most stringent regulatory standards for selenium removal. 

Now also available in an easy-to-install modular system.

Keywords: Coal-fired Power, Mining Operations, Treated Effluent,

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