Baswood’s water reclamation systems are both visually-appealing and planet-pleasing, using significantly less energy, physical space, and operator interaction.
Pharmaceutical plants are water intensive and generate millions of gallons of wastewater. Effluent from these facilities requires some form of pretreatment to meet ever-more-stringent municipal discharge limits and reduce related surcharge fees. In addition, consumers and the pharma & life sciences industry as a whole are becoming more conscientious about improving operating efficiency and reducing the impact on the environment. The Baswood BioViper™ offers a wastewater pretreatment solution that helps to satisfy both financial and sustainability goals.
Baswood’s innovative solution at the Houston bottling facility has exceeded our expectations and significantly reduced the impact of our business on natural and municipal resources while improving our operating efficiency”
Baswood achieves the leadership position in Total Cost of Operation by designing and installing systems that are competitive in upfront capital to MBR systems but cost significantly less to operate. This is primarily achieved via significantly lower energy requirement, minimum man hours, and very little sludge handling, if any.
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After more than five years of continuous operation, the Baswood system has successfully treated more than 8 million lbs. of biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and exceeded expectations in both energy reduction and cost savings.Read more
Advanced pretreatment for high-strength wastewater. Baswood BioViper™ is a robust, automated, biological system specifically designed to treat high-strength wastewater streams with minimal chemical needs and low energy consumption, resulting in lower life-cycle costs than competing treatment technologies.Learn more
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We are on a mission to deliver next-generation water technology solutions that positively impact people’s lives, work, communities, and the planet.
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