EKO GEA provides the most effective and economical technology for de-centralized wastewater treatment systems.
Latest (November 2011) stainless steel model being loaded for Romanian caviar production factory
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No electric, thermal or other energy required
No sludge handling required
Employs novel technologies for filtration, biological nutrient/nitrate/phosphate reduction, sludge and odour elimination in a very small footprint
Provides an extremely low-cost, innovative solution to sewerage treatment – a technological leap in wastewater treatment
Produces effluent which meets EU discharge requirements for COD, BOD, and TSS
Produces high-quality, clean methane
No maintenance, personnel or equipment required
Retention time is very low (24 hours)
Underground placement—no unsightly tanks
A low-cost alternative to Ultra-filtration (UT) and Reverse Osmosis (RO)
Efficient Anaerobic Digestion — even in the presence of household chemicals, antibiotics, pesticides, phenols, detergents, acids
Suitable for both Industrial & Residential Use
MSW leachate treatment
Food Processing plants
Paper & pulp plants
Sewage from 5– 50,000P.E.
No chlorine or chemicals
Safe for re-cycling as residential grey water or industrial process water
Safe for release into drains or waterways
Safe for irrigation of food crops
No further wastewater treatment is required!
How it Works: Anaerobic Digestion (AD) + Filtration + Ion-exchange
Anaerobic digestion (AD) uses microbial action to digest sewage. AD is one of the central technologies used in conventional wastewater treatment plants (WwTP’s), and it is not typically very well understood by practitioners, public officials, or the public. EKO GEA, using its expertise as a commercial biology company involved in both biological WwT and biogas production, has developed a number of innovations which speed and protect the performance of AD microorganisms. This overall stabilising effect means rapid, problem-free, efficient decomposition of sewage.
Enhanced Filtration EKO GEA’s bio-media is packed into the bio-filter and offers the following attributes:
Physical filtration capacity which exceeds that of activated charcoal or other filtration media
Exponential surface area increases for anaerobic bacteria culture growth
Ion-exchange capacity for reduction of phosphorous, nitrate, and heavy metals
EKO GEA’s bio-media is volcanic, natural stone which is chemically & biologically inert. It is 97% silica and is especially porous, lightweight, and robust. Due to its vulcanisation, it does not compress and acts to prevent clogging. Most importantly, it “shelters” micro-organisms in its vast surface area and allows for exponential increases in numbers of microbial “workers”.
Biological Ion-exchange EKO GEA’s system provides an ion-exchange mechanism. The system is negatively charged and "offers" negative ions to cation (positively-charged) elements in the water (phosphates, nitrates, ammonia, hydrogen sulphide…). This ion-exchange capacity also results in our product’s ability to block metals and eliminate odours. EKO GEA is at the forefront of waste treatment technology via the biological ion-exchange capacities of our products.
A low-cost wastewater treatment solution you can trust
Outside Slovenia & the Balkans
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EKO GEA's full product line is certified under the European Community EEC 2381/94, EG 8342007, and EG8992008 which governs organic production, labeling and control of animal and human feedstuffs. All of EKO GEA's products can be sold and used in the eco-systems of agriculture in all member states of the European Community without special permission.