Breaking news from ViroFilter! An independent report by Dr Paul Withers of Bangor University has shown the capability of ViroFilter technology is meeting the HABITAT discharge level for phosphate of 0.06mg/L. Read full report here.
ViroFilter Technology is an innovative passive system for the treatment of phosphorous, heavy metals and odour in municipal waste waters and bio solids.
ViroFilter is a cost effective and practical replacement to chemical dosing requiring no hazardous chemicals and consisting only of a passive flow through system. The technology is flexible and can be used in various sizes to accommodate large facilities managed by water treatment company's and smaller packaged sewage treatment plants.
Our philosophy for wastewater treatment is that municipal waste water is a resource with nutrients that should be returned to the land and not discharged to waterways. This limits the potential for eutrophication as a downstream problem. ViroFilter Technology allows phosphorous to be bio available to plants through a very slow release osmosis reaction.
ViroFilter technology allows Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP's) to increase capacity without the need for expensive capital upgrades. It allows the discharge of treated waste waters by meeting target phosphate levels including those of designated special Areas of Conservation (SAC) as required by the EC Habitats Directive. ViroFilter can radically improve the quality of bio solids for reuse applications. It can enhance the composting properties of bio solids, resulting in reduced composting time and improved compost quality.
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Yorkshire Water Case Study
A case study looking into the successful commercial application of ViroFilter technology to remove phosphate for Yorkshire Water... Read More Download PDF
Aqua Enviro Report
An independent lab report carried out by Aqua Enviro ... Read More Download PDF
Soluble Phosphate Reduction
A case study looking into the successful removal of phosphate in effluent from a water company based in southern England ... Read More Download PDF