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ABMet® - Advanced Biological Metals Removal Process

The ZENON ABMet® system is built around an advanced biological wastewater treatment process that uses naturally occurring non-toxic, non-pathogenic microbes in specially developed mixtures, which reduce and precipitate target compounds from solution, or convert target compounds into their insoluble chemical components

Safely recover wastewater for reuse or discharge using

SUEZ provides wastewater treatment programs for industrial facility operators to reduce heavy metals in waste streams to help ensure regulatory compliance Metals that can be removed include soluble and/or particulate heavy metals, such as lead, copper, chromium, iron, manganese, mercury, nickel and zinc

Wastewater Selenium Removal System | SUEZ

ABMet is a revolutionary biological process that removes metals and inorganics from wastewater to below non-detect levels The ABMet process uses naturally occurring, non-pathogenic microbes to reduce and precipitate target compounds

Flue Gas Desulfurization Wastewater Treatment Primer

10 Pilot plant selenium removal data for ABMet treatment of FGD wastewater Source: CH2M HILL Solids Dewatering Sludge is produced in primary and secondary clarification

AEP Turns to GE’s ABMet® Technology to Reduce Selenium

GE’s ABMet Biological Wastewater Treatment System to Help AEP Coal-Fired Power Plant Remove Selenium from Wastewater April 14, 2011 01:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Toxic Metals Removed from Wastewater at Canadian Coal Mine

The wastewater treatment plant is expected to enter commercial operation in the summer of 2014 ABMet is a proven, reliable way to remove elevated levels of selenium, nitrate and metals found in wastewater streams in many industrial, mining and utility applications, such as at coal-fired power plants

AEP Uses GE’s ABMet Technology to Reduce Selenium

GE announced that American Electric Power (AEP) is installing GE’s ABMET wastewater bioreactor system at the utility’s Mountaineer coal-fueled power plant in New Haven, WV GE’s biological treatment system uses a special molasses-based product as a nutrient for microbes that reduce selenium, a constituent found in many coal-fired power plant water emissions

Industries GE Water serves in India | GE India

With GE's ZeeWeed technology, it's now possible for businesses to recycle and reuse wastewater and avoid depleting fresh water resources using wastewater treatment processes

Process Overview: ABMet® - Advanced Biological Metals

The ZENON ABMet® system is built around an advanced biological wastewater treatment process that uses naturally occurring non-toxic, non-pathogenic microbes in specially developed mixtures, which reduce and precipitate target compounds from solution, or convert target compounds into their insoluble chemical components

GE Technology to Help Remove Toxic Metals from Wastewater

ABMet is a proven, reliable way to remove elevated levels of selenium, nitrate and metals found in wastewater streams in many industrial, mining and utility applications, such as at coal-fired

GE Releases Modular Version of its ABMet Wastewater

GE has introduced a modular version of the company’s ABMet wastewater treatment system ABMet is a patented biological water treatment system that uses naturally occurring microbes to reduce the amounts of selenium and other metals that can escape from coal mines and power plants and enter US freshwater supplies

Biological water treatment system | Water Technology

GE’s ABMet process involves running wastewater through a biologically active filter, which is “seeded” with naturally occurring microbes targeting selenium, typically difficult to remove from wastewater, and other potentially toxic metals

Wastewater ABMet Selenium Removal System | GE Water

ABMet’s innovative seed culture, specially formulated nutrient, and biofilter design provide one time seeding, fast startup, and reliable performance With 17 years of experience, development, and a proven global installation base, ABMet is trusted for selenium removal

Using Biology to Treat Selenium - Power Engineering

ABMet biological wastewater treatment process is less complex than conventional wastewater treatment systems and offers process controls that produce …

Biological water treatment system | Water Technology

Biological water treatment system GE's ABMet technology is a biological treatment system that reduces the amount of selenium and other metals in discharge waters

EPA’s Effluent Guidelines - EPRI

EPA’s Effluent Guidelines Potential Impact on Coal Plants and EPRI R&D wastewater treatment system effluent • Fly ash (and bottom ash) transport water –Potentially no discharge • CCR landfill leachate –Chemical precipitation – GE ABMet bioreactor (full-scale)

Wastewater ABMet Selenium Removal System | GE Water

Discover ABMet for Power (FGD), Mining & Refining wastewater Our system removes selenium and other biological metals effectively with minimal operating costs

Anglo American selects GE’s ABMet technology for

Anglo American is currently building a new wastewater treatment plant at the coal mine to remove nitrate and selenium in the wastewater GE’s ABMet is a patented biological water treatment system that uses naturally occurring microbes to reduce the amounts of selenium and other metals that can escape in discharge waters from coal mines and power plants

GE Releases Modular Version of its ABMet Wastewater

GE has introduced a modular version of the company’s ABMet wastewater treatment system ABMet is a patented biological water treatment system that uses naturally occurring microbes to reduce the amounts of selenium and other metals that can escape from coal mines and power plants and enter US freshwater supplies

AEP Turns to GE's ABMet® Technology to Reduce Selenium

TREVOSE, Pa--14 April 2011-- GE (NYSE: GE) today announced that American Electric Power (AEP) is installing GE's ABMET® wastewater bioreactor system at the utility's Mountaineer coal-fueled power plant in New Haven, WVa GE's proprietary biological treatment system uses a special molasses-based product as a nutrient for microbes that reduce selenium, a constituent found in many coal-fired power …

GE Releases Modular Version of its ABMet Wastewater

GE has introduced a modular version of the company’s ABMet wastewater treatment system ABMet is a patented biological water treatment system that uses naturally occurring microbes to reduce the amounts of selenium and other metals that can escape from coal mines and power plants and enter US freshwater supplies

ABMet - Selenium Removal System by General Electric

ABMet - Selenium Removal System by General Electric GE’s ABMet process enables customers in the Power (FGD), Mining and other industries to meet the strictest selenium discharge limits in one simple step with minimal operating costs and operat

GE’s modular ABMet system helps cut Selenium discharge at

ABMet is a patented biological water treatment system that uses naturally occurring microbes to reduce the amounts of selenium and other metals that can escape from coal mines and power plants and enter freshwater supplies

Biological water treatment system | Water Technology

GE’s ABMet process involves running wastewater through a biologically active filter, which is “seeded” with naturally occurring microbes targeting selenium, typically difficult to remove from wastewater, and other potentially toxic metals

Complying with EPA's Effluent Limitation Guidelines for

Advanced wastewater treatment plants combining chemical precipitation with biological technology may become much more common depending upon the outcome of …

GE wastewater treatment technology selected for Canadian

GE’s advanced biological metals removal process (ABMet) technology has been selected by Anglo American to remove nitrate and selenium from wastewater discharge at the Peace River coal trend mine in Canada New regulations prompted Anglo American to build the wastewater treatment …

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FGD Wastewater Treatment Seminar March 7, 2013 Visit our website at wpcafo All presentations posted on this website are copyrighted by the Worldwide Pollution Control Association (WPCA) Any unauthorized downloading, attempts to modify or to • ABMet evolution • AEP Mountaineer case study

GE wastewater treatment technology selected for Canadian

GE’s advanced biological metals removal process (ABMet) technology has been selected by Anglo American to remove nitrate and selenium from wastewater discharge at the Peace River coal trend mine in Canada New regulations prompted Anglo American to build …

GE Technology to Help Remove Toxic Metals from Wastewater

GE’s ABMet process involves running wastewater through a biologically active filter, which is “seeded” with naturally occurring microbes that target selenium and other potentially toxic metals The technology enables the metal to be captured and removed from the wastewater stream

Field Demonstration of the Activated Iron Technology for

of FGD wastewater without sufficient treatment, which unfortunately is not uncommon in the industry, poses a serious threat to the environments In response to the increasing public concern, the US EPA will soon publish new effluent guidelines for FGD wastewater, which will impose much stricter discharge limits for toxic metals,

A modular version of wastewater treatment system is

The ABMet process involves running wastewater through a biologically active filter, which is “seeded” with microbes that target selenium and other potentially toxic metals The initial ABMet systems were customized designs specific to a particular site, but the company is now offering its bioreactor water treatment product in a scaleable, modular format that reduces installation and overall project costs

Treatment of Selenium-Containing Coal Mining Wastewater

Treatment of Selenium-Containing Coal Mining Wastewaters 8 Figure 4: Start-up of FBR system Selenium-containing wastewater is pumped from a feed tank into the FBR in an upflow direction to suspend the media As microorganisms grow on the media, the fluidized bed height expands (Figure 5) Figure 5: Fluidization of FBR media

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ABMet Reactor 1 ABMet Reactor 2 Flush Storage Flush Pump(s) Spent Flush Storage Pre-treatment Feed Pump(s) Second-Stage Pump(s) Effluent Pumps(s) Effluent Wastewater Source OPTIONAL DEPENDING ON PROCESS

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ABMet Advanced Biological Treatment for Inorganics and Metals Removal GE Water & Process Technologies ABMet is a revolutionary biological process that removes metals and inorganics from wastewater to below non- detect levels

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