Clewer’s patented wastewater treatment system is a new kind of bio process where wastewater is treated, sludge and chemical residue are collected, and the treated water is removed from the system.
Clewer’s biological treatment process is based on carrier technology, where microorganism growth operates on the surface of the carrier. The blending of Clewer special bacteria and nutrient technology for bacteria forms a highly efficient wastewater treatment system.
Clewer has patented the RBBR (Rotating Bed Biofilm Reactor) bioreactor and related microbiology. One of the foundations of the bioreactor’s operating principle is utilising centrifugal forces in biofilm growing. This system is an innovative process of wastewater treatment, based on Clewer’s own bacteria and totally new innovating rotation technology.
The bioreactor operates on the basis of bacteria on carriers. The bacteria are specifically designed for different types of pollutants. One of these naturally existing bacteria’s main characteristics is that they feed on bacteria present in contaminated water.
We produce the specific microbial population used in bioreactors ourselves. Our bacterial mix has been patented.
The advantages of RBBR
- Vast treatment area – up to 90% fill
- High oxygen transfer efficiency
- Cost efficient
- Less maintenance and mud cleaning
- Detergent resistant bacteria
- Closed process – no odors
- Small footprint, eco-friendly