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BIOMAX wastewater treatment plants

BIOMAX entered the wastewater treatment plant market based on personal needs. We were looking for a high-end plant with the right aesthetic appearance and good value for money. Realising that we could simplify our lives and the lives of our customers, after years of experience in the manufacture of wastewater treatment plants, we carefully selected raw materials and reliable suppliers. And now we are proud of the wastewater treatment plants we have created.

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The partners we have chosen have met and continue to meet their commitments, despite the disruptions of recent years. We have also selected the highest quality components, developed a new generation of plants that incorporate a long-standing technology that has been in operation for more than 40 years, based on research, development and life experience.

This vertical flow technology has already earned the trust of customers. It has been installed in 22 countries around the world, and this number is growing. It efficiently removes phosphorus and nitrogen and meets the stricter requirements that came into force in Lithuania and Europe in November 2019. As our needs grow and environmental requirements become more stringent, the BIOMAX plant can be continuously improved and adapted to new circumstances.

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We have also selected the highest quality components, developed a new generation of plants that incorporate a long-standing technology that has been in operation for more than 40 years, based on research, development and life experience. Our chosen partners share our desire to grow and have been with us for many years, fulfilling and delivering on their commitments.

This vertical flow technology has already earned the trust of customers. It has been installed in 22 countries around the world, and this number is growing. It efficiently removes phosphorus and nitrogen and meets the stricter requirements that came into force in Lithuania and Europe in November 2019. As our needs grow and environmental requirements become more stringent, the BIOMAX plant can be continuously improved and adapted to new circumstances.

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Benefits of wastewater treatment plants

We have a wide range of small plants, so it will be easy to find the plant that best meets your needs. Our plants are environmentally friendly, easy to use, durable and of high quality, and come with a 10-year warranty. Treatment performance exceeds requirements: nitrogen and phosphorus removal results surpass the requirements for treatment quality that came into force from November 2019.

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We manufacture, install, maintain

Before ordering wastewater treatment equipment, it’s important to know in advance how the installation and maintenance of wastewater treatment plants is carried out. All this work is done by BIOMAX specialists. Our plants are easy and inexpensive to install: standard installation takes one working day, no additional vents above the ground are required, no reinforced concrete bottom is required.

And wastewater installation is just one of the services we provide. The plants have low running costs, are noise and odour free and are suitable for small plots. In addition, all BIOMAX wastewater treatment plants comply not only with the strict requirements of the European Union (CE marking), but also with the exclusive and even stricter requirements of other countries.

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Benefits of wastewater treatment plants

We have a wide range of small plants, so it will be easy to find the plant that best meets your needs. Our plants are environmentally friendly, easy to use, durable and of high quality, and come with a 10-year warranty. Treatment performance exceeds requirements: nitrogen and phosphorus removal results surpass the requirements for treatment quality that came into force from November 2019.

Each unit is equipped with a grate, so that any insoluble substances that enter are trapped and will not interfere with the further treatment process, and the treated water can be reused. The larger bioreactor chambers ensure less frequent pumping of excess sludge and a higher efficiency of wastewater treatment, so you can use a wide range of household chemicals and discard toilet paper.

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Each unit is equipped with a grate, so that any insoluble substances that enter are trapped and will not interfere with the further treatment process, and the treated water can be reused. The larger bioreactor chambers ensure less frequent pumping of excess sludge and a higher efficiency of wastewater treatment, so you can use a wide range of household chemicals and discard toilet paper.

BIOMAX’s product range includes not only wastewater treatment plants, but also various wastewater treatment plant accessories and water pumping stations. So you can take care of everything in one place and ensure that the wastewater treatment plant you choose works smoothly and lasts a long time.

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Wastewater treatment plant technology

A BIOMAX wastewater treatment plant consists of a biological reactor with an internal technological structure. The entire wastewater treatment process takes place in a single polypropylene tank. The system treats wastewater biologically using a heterogeneous activated sludge suspension.

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The treatment technology incorporates all the most advanced extended aeration activated sludge processes, including nitrification, denitrification, phosphorus removal, nitrogen removal, sludge thickening, and filtration through a sinking bed, in one compact tank. In the reactor, all zones are interconnected by lower and upper overflow openings and an internal recirculation system. The mixing, circulation and recirculation of the activated sludge mixture is carried out by the air supply of the blower, which is the only electrical appliance in the system.

The treated water is discharged through a pipe located at an appropriate height in the secondary settling zone. A plastic tee is placed on the outlet pipe to trap any fine inorganic material and/or parts thereof that enter the secondary settling zone, thus ensuring that they don’t escape from the treatment plant.

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Wastewater treatment plants

The treatment technology incorporates all the most advanced extended aeration activated sludge processes, including nitrification, denitrification, phosphorus removal, nitrogen removal, sludge thickening, and filtration through a sinking bed, in one compact tank. In the reactor, all zones are interconnected by lower and upper overflow openings and an internal recirculation system. The mixing, circulation and recirculation of the activated sludge mixture is carried out by the air supply of the blower, which is the only electrical appliance in the system.

The treated water is discharged through a pipe located at an appropriate height in the secondary settling zone. A plastic tee is placed on the outlet pipe to trap any fine inorganic material and/or parts thereof that enter the secondary settling zone, thus ensuring that they do not escape from the treatment plant.

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The factory is located in Ukmergė. The A2 motorway Vilnius–Panevėžys bypasses the city in the east, where there are intersections with roads to Molėtai, Žemaitkiemis and Utena.

The administration is located at Avižienių k. Vilniaus r. sav. At the north-western edge of Vilnius, 1 km west of the A2 motorway Vilnius–Panevėžys.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at your convenience. We will do our best to answer them as soon as possible.

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    Customer FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

    You can buy your desired items up to EUR 20 000 quickly and conveniently on hire-purchase! This service is provided together with our partner UAB “SB lizingas.”

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    Simply create a shopping cart with our manager over the phone or by filling in the contact form and we will fund the total amount. With us, you can be sure that the purchase process is secure and that all the necessary documents can be signed electronically. Electronically signed documents have the same legal value as handwritten documents. No need to go anywhere!

    WHY IS IT WORTH TO CHOOSE “SB LIZINGAS”?

    • The amount of documentation required for the loan is minimal, the conclusion of the contract takes a few minutes;
    • There are no hidden charges;
    • You will benefit from one of the widest premium monthly payments collection networks in Lithuania;
    • You can get finance for goods costing between €30 up to €20,000 and choose a payment term of between 3 months up to 7 years;
    • You choose the most convenient day of the month to pay your instalments and make equal monthly payments.

    ADVANTAGES OF ONLINE HIRE-PURCHASE:

    • A quick, convenient and easy procedure that takes about 15 minutes;
    • All in one sitting at your computer;
    • Your solvency assessment and the answer to the contract will be provided immediately;
    • You can choose the contract term or payment amount that suits you best;
    • You will sign the product finance contract electronically no need to go anywhere, no waiting.

    THE ONLINE HIRE PURCHASE SERVICE IS AVAILABLE TO PEOPLE WHO:

    • Receive a salary according to an employment contract;
    • Receive regular benefits (pensions, allowances, etc.);
    • Own individual companies;
    • Are self-employed;
    • Are officials;
    • Are farmers;
    • Are sailors.

    The most flexible payment options, because at Biomax, every customer counts!

    Wastewater treatment plants are made of plastic that meets all standards. We carefully select the components and accessories that go with the main product. Our range of plants is really wide, so we can offer plants for almost any project, be it a garden house, a kiosk or a block of flats or a housing estate.

    Our standard products are available in two types: M and number by population equivalent and MxM with small lid:

    M – modelis

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    MxM – modelis

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    The standard M-type wastewater treatment tools are available up to a capacity of 7.5m3/p, i.e. up to 50 persons. MxM models (with small lid) are available up to M25M – i.e. up to 25 persons and 3.75m3/p capacity.

    Here you will find all the wastewater treatment accessories you need for your project. You don’t have to worry about the logistics. All logistics are convenient for both our partners and our customers.

    Wastewater should be taken care of not only for the preservation of clean nature. Discharge of untreated wastewater into the environment (other than into an underground wastewater treatment system) is a crime and punishable by law.

    It’s therefore imperative that wastewater is properly treated and, ideally, reused/recycled for a variety of purposes that don’t require drinking water quality. Recycling/reuse of treated wastewater can significantly reduce the demand for drinking water by almost 50–60%.

    A biological wastewater treatment plant is a type of wastewater treatment where biological processes are used to remove contaminants from wastewater. In such a treatment facility, microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi break down organic substances in the wastewater into less environmentally harmful compounds.

    During this process, the goal is to:

    a) Reduce environmental pollution;

    b) Improve the quality of water discharged into rivers or other water bodies;

    c) Prevent the spread of pathogenic microorganisms.

    The wastewater treatment process consists of several stages aimed at removing contaminants from wastewater before releasing it into the environment. Here is a general description of a typical wastewater treatment process:

    Wastewater collection: Wastewater networks convey wastewater to treatment facilities. Initially, the wastewater passes through a grit removal system, where larger contaminants such as debris or other sizable objects are eliminated.

    Preliminary treatment: When wastewater reaches the wastewater treatment station, it undergoes mechanical cleaning, where contaminants such as finer particles and sand are removed. This stage is crucial for protecting subsequent treatment phases from an excessive amount of pollutants.

    Biological treatment: The primary stage of purification where microorganisms are employed to break down organic substances in wastewater. Wastewater is held in tanks or reactors where microorganisms, typically bacteria, convert organic materials into simpler compounds, such as carbon dioxide and water.

    Sedimentation of pollutants: After biological treatment, wastewater is directed to settling tanks where pollutants settle at the bottom, and clean water rises to the top. This helps separate pollutants from the water.

    Chemical treatment: After wastewater leaves the sedimentation tanks, it can undergo chemical processing to remove remaining pollutants or neutralize harmful chemical compounds.

    Disinfection: Before releasing wastewater into the environment, it can undergo disinfection using methods such as chlorination, ultraviolet radiation, or ozonation. This helps eliminate any remaining bacteria or other microorganisms that may persist after the treatment process.

    Release into the environment: Ultimately, wastewater that has undergone all treatment stages is safely discharged into the environment, such as rivers. Importantly, before such discharge, the wastewater must be checked against local and international regulations to ensure environmental safety.

    These stages of wastewater treatment aim to ensure that the wastewater is purified from harmful contaminants and complies with legal requirements. These are essential measures in ensuring public and environmental safety.

     

    Biological wastewater treatment plants are characterized by various advantages, making them an effective and sustainable alternative for wastewater management compared to other treatment methods. These biological systems, utilizing microorganisms that naturally break down pollutants, possess several unique features that set them apart.

    Environmental friendliness and sustainability: Biological wastewater treatment systems are environmentally friendly as they employ natural processes and require minimal energy or chemical usage. This helps avoid the generation of chemical waste and reduces the emission of greenhouse gases, contributing to sustainability.

    Efficiency and flexibility: Microorganisms used in biological wastewater treatment systems are highly efficient in breaking down organic materials. This allows for the removal of a significant portion of pollutants present in the wastewater. Moreover, these wastewater plants can be adapted for both small-scale locations and large cities.

    Longevity and reliability: Biological wastewater treatment plants can be long-lasting and reliable when properly maintained. They do not require frequent replacements or updates, allowing them to serve for an extended period.

    All these advantages make biological wastewater treatment plants appealing and beneficial for the environment, society, and long-term sustainable wastewater management.

    Micro-organisms are crucial for the functioning of biological wastewater treatment plants. This form of wastewater treatment is responsible for the most important part of the wastewater treatment process, as it promotes the natural breakdown and recycling of pollutants.

    Biological wastewater treatment plants work on the biological principle. The plant contains an activated sludge, which is formed by micro-organisms. It’s activated by a blower blowing warm air, thus creating the perfect environment for the micro-organisms to multiply: they receive their “food,” i.e. the waste water, are supplied with oxygen (blower) and the whole volume circulates without standing still.

    It also requires that the micro-organisms are healthy and active. Temperature, pH level, oxygen levels and other factors are essential for the micro-organisms to be able to perform their functions properly. The activity of these small organisms in a biological wastewater treatment plant is therefore an essential part of a successful and efficient wastewater treatment process.

    Biological wastewater treatment plants are an efficient and sustainable way to discharge wastewater into the environment. But the question is: is this method suitable for all types of wastewater? The answer is a bit more complex and depends on many factors.

    Biological wastewater treatment plants are often an excellent choice for residential wastewater. They can effectively remove organic matter and bacteria that are often found in residential wastewater.

    However, the situation can be more complex in industrialised urban areas. Some industries may emit highly toxic substances or chemical compounds that are difficult to break down. In such cases, biological wastewater treatment plants may require an additional treatment step or special measures to effectively treat the wastewater.

    However, it’s important to understand that modern biological wastewater treatment plants can be adapted to different types of wastewater. Equipment and technology are constantly evolving. Therefore, it’s often necessary to carry out more detailed studies and to consult specialists to determine whether a biological wastewater treatment plant is suitable for a specific application.

    For these facilities to operate efficiently, they need to be continuously monitored, inspected and maintained to ensure proper wastewater treatment and minimum impact on the environment and human health. This is essential if a clean environment is to be maintained and if public welfare is to be ensured.

    1. Automatic monitoring systems for large treatment plants: Most modern wastewater treatment systems are equipped with automatic monitoring systems. They continuously monitor parameters such as effluent velocity, effluent volume, pollutant concentration and other indicators. If these indicators are not within set limits, the system can send an alarm or even automatically adjust the treatment process accordingly.
    2. Regular analyses and sampling: Analyses and sampling of wastewater treatment plants are carried out on a regular basis by public authorities and specialists. These analyses help to assess the performance of the system and to determine whether it meets the requirements. Sampling is carried out according to set schedules and includes tests for the presence of chemicals, bacteria and other pollutants in the wastewater.

    Attention from maintainers and professionals: Wastewater treatment plants must be maintained by professionals. Specialists monitor the functioning of the plant, carry out the necessary cleaning and maintenance work and respond to faults. Proper maintenance and rapid response can prevent serious accidents and pollution.

    Monitoring and maintenance of wastewater treatment plants is a periodic and long-term process that is essential to ensure environmental protection and the safe use of water sources.

    Modern wastewater treatment plants are an important part of environmental protection, and many countries have specific rules, requirements and permits that regulate the use of these plants. Such regulations are necessary to ensure proper wastewater treatment, a clean environment and safety for human health. Thus, in answering the question, a number of important points can be highlighted.

    Firstly, many countries have legislation or regulatory bodies that set rules and requirements for the use of wastewater treatment plants. These requirements often cover areas such as:

    1. Quality standards: Wastewater treatment plants have to meet certain standards set for raw materials, components such as pipes, brackets, strength, weight, seams, storage conditions, even tools, etc.
    2. Discharge limits: Set specific permissible amounts of pollutants that can be discharged into the environment. These limits may vary depending on local ecological conditions.
    3. Permits: In most countries, special permits or prior approvals are required for wastewater treatment plants. These permits are usually granted according to the scale of the planned use, the technology and emission limits.
    4. Technical specifications: Wastewater treatment plants must meet certain technical specifications and be properly designed and installed. This ensures their efficiency and safety.
    5. Maintenance and support: The requirements include regular maintenance and support of the equipment to keep it functioning optimally.

    It’s important to note that these requirements may vary from country to country or even region to region. It’s therefore important to familiarise yourself with the local legislation and to comply with the rules in order to install a wastewater treatment plant. This helps to ensure environmental protection and the correct operation of the wastewater treatment plant.

    One of the key areas where we can make a positive difference is wastewater treatment and environmental protection. How can people contribute to better wastewater treatment and the well-being of our planet? Awareness is important, and we need to raise awareness about the environmental impact of wastewater treatment. Education can be a start: by familiarising ourselves with the stages of the process and its effectiveness, we can understand why sustainable wastewater treatment is important.

    The use of the right chemicals must also be kept in mind. Chemicals used in households, such as cleaning products and pesticides, can reach the sewage system and the environment. Responsible use of chemicals can reduce the amount of pollutants in wastewater.

    Another way to help protect the environment is to reduce water consumption at home and in the workplace, which also reduces the amount of wastewater that needs to be treated. When water use becomes smarter and more economical, the load on wastewater systems is reduced.

    Better wastewater treatment and environmental protection is a common goal that we can achieve through our daily actions. Every step we take towards this goal helps to ensure a clean, healthy and sustainable environment for generations to come.

    If wastewater is not treated properly, it can have serious consequences for both health and the environment. Improperly treated wastewater can lead to negative consequences that can affect public well-being and the ecological balance. Here are some of the possible consequences: 

    Polluted water bodies: If untreated wastewater enters rivers, lakes or other water bodies, it can have harmful effects on aquatic ecosystems. Similarly, groundwater reservoirs can also be contaminated, which can lead to a reduction in freshwater resources.

    Water pollution: Untreated wastewater can contribute to water pollution, with consequences including harmful effects on aquatic life. When water quality is reduced, this can have long-term effects on all the ecosystems involved.

    Risk to human health: Harmful substances and pathogens in wastewater can cause outbreaks of disease in people who come into contact with contaminated water or harmful particles.

    Contamination of the food chain: Wastewater in soil or crops can contaminate land and plants. This can lead to contamination of the food chain, where harmful substances are released into the food chain and subsequently into human bodies.

    Impaired air quality: Untreated wastewater can release unpleasant odours and pathogens into the air, which can affect air quality and public health.

    Environmental damage: Wastewater can damage the natural ecosystem. This can cause long-term ecological damage.

    All these consequences illustrate why proper wastewater treatment is essential for public health and environmental protection. It helps preserve water and soil quality and contributes to a sustainable ecosystem.

    The Biomax brand is all about contributing to environmental sustainability and the development of advanced technologies.

    Biomax is committed to efficient wastewater treatment, innovative and sustainable solutions that not only provide clean water for the environment, but also contribute to energy savings and the conservation of natural resources.

    The brand stands out for its progressive approach to environmental protection and the use of technology. Biomax raises awareness among communities about the need for efficient and innovative wastewater treatment systems.

    With strong values and advanced technology, Biomax continues its journey forward, striving to create a link between people, technology and harmony with nature.

    Biomax wastewater treatment plants stand out as a meaningful step towards sustainability and ecological balance.

    Biomax focuses not only on efficient wastewater treatment, but also on saving raw materials and energy. One of the unique ways in which our wastewater treatment plants contribute to sustainability is the biological treatment process. In this process, micro-organisms such as bacteria are used to naturally decompose organic matter in the wastewater. This natural treatment method reduces the need for chemical treatment, which can be harmful to the environment.

    Biomax wastewater treatment plants create an ecological balance. Our solutions help to reduce emissions, save water and minimise environmental impact. They also turn wastewater into valuable raw materials and energy. With Biomax wastewater treatment plants, we can move forward towards a sustainable and greener future.

    Quality is one of our guiding principles. We apply strict quality control processes at all stages from research and design to production and installation. Our highly skilled technicians continuously monitor and check every stage of the work to ensure the highest quality of product and service.

    To meet and even exceed our customers’ expectations, we constantly take into account their needs and feedback. We always communicate openly with our customers to understand their wishes. This allows us to offer solutions that meet our customers’ objectives.

    We encourage innovation and are always on the lookout for innovative solutions that can improve the efficiency and sustainability of wastewater treatment.

    We use continuously improved wastewater treatment plant technology based on research, development and life experience.

    The factory is located in Ukmergė. The A2 motorway Vilnius – Panevėžys bypasses the city in the east, where there are intersections with roads to Molėtai, Žemaitkiemis and Utena.

    The administration is located at Avižienių k. Vilniaus r. sav. At the north-western edge of Vilnius, 1 km west of the A2 motorway Vilnius – Panevėžys.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at your convenience. We will do our best to answer them as soon as possible.

    For more information about our Biomax wastewater treatment plants, projects and services, please contact our experts. Call or write to us. Our contact information can be found here: biomax.lt/contacts/.

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