Improves dissolved oxygen
Low energy, chemical free treatment
Advanced tratment standards for BOD, COD, NH3.
The Biomatrix system is an engineered floating ecology designed to optimize powerful ecological treatment processes within an attractive feature of the aquatic landscape. The Biomatrix combines the latest developments in ecological engineering with new biofilm research and traditional wastewater treatment processes. Whole system engineered ecologies provide an energy efficient, low life cycle cost treatment solution.
The FormThe systems are designed in sections, which can be configured in attractive natural shapes. The Biomatrix unit can be designed to blend with the existing waterscape in strategic locations where performance can be optimized. The system can be configured along the edge of the waterway, or centrally as islands or archipelagos.
The Biomatrix system can incorporate variable levels of buoyancy from 10kg/m2 to over 100 kg/m2. The use of different levels of buoyancy allow areas of walkways, floating bridges, pavilions, boat docking sites or public artworks to be integrated with the treatment system.
Biomatrix systems are ideally suited for contaminated canals, rivers, lakes and reservoirs; as well as providing effective treatment of high strength waste in purpose built lagoons and treatment cells.
The Biomatrix provides the foundation and the substrate to support a diversity of life forms from many different phylogenetic kingdoms. These include the bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoa, annelids, mollusks, insects, vertebrates (including frogs and turtles), and higher plants. This multitude of life forms, in concert, have the capability to treat wastes, pathogens and toxins. The basic technological and scientific principles governing the design of natural treatment systems have been well articulated and subjected to scientific review.
TREATMENT PROCESSES WITHIN BIOMATRIX SYSTEMS CAN EFFECTIVELY:
Improve water clarity
Remove and stabilize nutrients
Breakdown industrial chemicals
Remove Biological and Chemical Oxygen Demand
Filter out Suspended Solids and particulate