Headworks BIO Inc. offers biological wastewater treatment processes that can be used as secondary treatment for a variety of municipal and industrial applications. The video provides an overview of the biological wastewater treatment processes—MBBR and IFAS—that the Headworks BIO team has researched and developed for over a decade.
Headworks is proud to announce the addition of a heavy-duty shafted screw compactor to their line of screens and screenings handling equipment, the Screwpactor HD™.
Michele LaNoue, CEO of Headworks International, Inc., speaks at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy on September 14, 2017. This event brought industry experts together in an in-depth discussion to examine and raise awareness of water treatment techniques in extreme storm events.
Gerald Seidl moderates panel discussion at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy on September 14, 2017, where industry experts discuss technologies that have the potential to address water treatment challenges that the world faces today.
Learn more about the benefits of using Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) technology, including the advantages of using MBBR over traditional wastewater treatment systems and how this technology can increase treatment capacity while minimizing your footprint. With helpful interactive graphics and down-to-earth language, the MBBR video provides an illustrative approach, breaking down the process and […]
The Integrated Fixed-Film Activated Sludge (IFAS) process is typically installed as a retrofit solution for conventional activated sludge systems that are at or beyond capacity. Easily integrated into existing infrastructure, the video shows how IFAS combines the best of two processes: activated sludge and fixed film. During a fixed film treatment process, biocarriers move freely […]