Pharmaceuticals

We have the cure for your wastewater worries.

We have the treatment to handle your harshest waste. 

You’re on the cutting edge of production, creating the medicine that make humanity healthier and happier. Let us worry about meeting your wastewater needs. We have the tools and experience to ensure you never worry about your effluent again, whether you need specialized membranes to keep your aeration system running in the face of high-strength wastewater, small-footprint treatment for COD, want to eliminate more solids, or more.

Keeping things equalized

Unless you’ve reached a scale of production that ensures your using the same amount of water, for the same purposes, every day, chances are an equalization tank can help. By holding and mixing several days’ or weeks’ water in the tank, you can bring down the peaks that cause the biggest surcharges from your municipal plant or cause bigger issues for your existing wastewater infrastructure thanks to feast and famine conditions.

The aeration in an equalization tank is not about treatment; its about mixing the wastewater, keeping solids from settling, and ensuring subsequent treatment process don’t get overloaded one day and starved the next. This is where EDI’s CoarsAir coarse bubble shines; by providing superior mixing with the minimum in maintenance, it’ll keep your equalization tank mixed 

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CoarsAir mixing comes in multiple forms, including our stainless Max, Wide-Band, Flex Cap, and Hex, so you’ll get the configuration that fits your needs and budget.

Did you know?

CoarsAir mixing can extend the life of your system by equalizing solids and loading and preventing sludge buildup.

Case Study

More than a decade ago, Leprino Foods, globally one of the largest mozzarella makers, started taking EDI up on our Aeration for life™ promise.

Get your dissolved oxygen more efficiently, more serviceably, more durably.

If you’ve got old existing aeration basins, let us help you make it work harder for you, rather than you working harder for it. How?

  • Our Matrix Plus membranes last longer, particularly in harsh meat processing wastewater, and help keep your system operating at its peak.
  • Our FlexAir diffusers optimize your air distribution to maximize your dissolved oxygen.
  • Our ModuleAir configurations offer access to your diffusers, even those at the bottom of a full basin.
  • Turn your existing activated sludge plant into a more efficient, reliable, and simpler system with BioPorts IFAS.

Not all aerated basins are created equal. Don’t replace your aeration without considering whether your system could work harder, more reliably, with less cost.

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FlexAir aeration comes in many forms, including disc, tube, panel, or even Streamline which integrates the diffuser into your piping for ultimate efficiency.

Did you know?

Membranes come into direct contact with wastewater’s harshest contaminants, and choosing the right material can be the difference between a system that lasts a month or a decade.

Case Study

More than a decade ago, Leprino Foods, globally one of the largest mozzarella makers, started taking EDI up on our Aeration for life™ promise.

Let us handle your dirty work

Even if you have full-time wastewater treatment staff, there are some jobs worth offloading. Maybe its the on-water work of inspecting and cleaning your aeration diffusers. Maybe it’s a big job of replacing outdated, inefficient membranes. Maybe it’s getting your brand new equipment installed by the manufacturer’s own wastewater treatment experts, not just any contractor between paving jobs, and having that single point of responsibility.

It’s worth hiring the right team to get the job done right, done faster, and with a warrantee. That right team is SiteWorks, our elite wastewater treatment squads and your wastewater operation’s new best friends. SiteWorks’ only goal is to ensure your plant is so well installed, serviced, and (should the need arise) repaired, you never have to worry about your wastewater treatment again. 

Did you know?

SiteWorks installs, services, and repairs all makes and models of wastewater treatment plants.

Decide once…

…have it done right forever. Service contracts from SiteWorks ensure your treatment plant gets the attention it needs, when it needs it, without you lifting a finger.

Case Study

Since 1994, Duckett Creek, MO’s 5 MGD plant has saved tens of thousands of dollars annually thanks to upgrades, services, and expansions performed by SiteWorks.

Ready for your high-strength, highly-variable ammonia or nitrates.

You need a system that doesn’t care about even loading, one that won’t fail the moment ammonia or nitrates spike. The BioPorts MBBR was built for situations exactly like this; by amassing and housing the biology that treats ammonia or nitrates on HDPE media (rather than just wasting it downstream or using a recycle process to recover a portion of it), BioPorts is ready for your high-strength and highly-variable flows. And thanks to our patented media and aeration design by one of the most experienced teams in MBBR reaction kinetics, BioPorts MBBRs are one of the most durable and reliable, yet simplest-to-operate technologies available.

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BioPorts MBBR media has a proprietary design that maximizes durability and protected surfaces.

Did you know?

Because the BioPorts media breaks up bubbles, low-maintenance coarse bubble aeration gets fine-bubble-level oxygen transfer efficiencies.

Case Study

The town of Leeds, AL is had higher-strength wastewater than their plant could handle.

reuse your wastewater with the California Title 22-approved filter that just doesn’t quit.

Your whole team doesn’t shut down every time an employee takes a day off, so why should your critical wastewater reuse filtration system work like that? California Title 22 is the standard when it comes to wastewater reuse. Admittedly, the infini-D Zero-Downtime Cloth Disk Filters aren’t the only ones that can achieve <2 NTU turbidity by removing particles down to 5 microns in size.

But what makes infini-D “Zero-Downtime” is the fact that each disk has its own effluent port. This not only allows a disk’s effluent to be isolated and tested, but it allows individual filter cloths to be removed to be inspected, even serviced or (in rare cases) replaced even as the rest of the filter continues operating normally. 

Did you know?

The infini-D cloth disk filter is flexible enough to be installed into concrete tanks, steel tanks, even specific pre-existing tankage.

Look inside

Only infini-D Zero-Downtime filters have individual effluent ports, the key to internal redundancy.

Case Study

Camp Verde, AZ’s little leaguers play on infini-D filtered wastewater, reused to irrigate the town’s baseball diamonds.

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Brent Weber

Brent Weber

Industrial Sales Manager

Brent Weber is EDI and Nexom's Industrial Sales Manager. He started at EDI in 2014 and provides support to engineering consultants and industrial clients looking for proven and cost-effective wastewater technologies. Brent has experience working with all types of industrial water and is passionate about providing reliable and robust technology solutions for wastewater treatment.

Our installations and technology treat wastewater from many industries.

We have experience in most types of industrial wastewater

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