What are Entex Systems?
- Entex biological systems provide a surface for biological growth, which can optimize the bug populations needed for treatment of pollutants (i.e. BOD, TSS, NH3-N, TN).
- Entex filtration systems provide for removal of TSS as the water flows through the filter cloth during tertiary treatment.
Who is Entex?
A team of leaders answering today’s challenges while anticipating tomorrow’s solutions. As the only provider of both fixed media systems (BioWeb) and moving media systems (BioPortz) in both the IFAS and MBBR configurations, Entex offers an unbiased assessment and customized designs. The Entex team has been involved in over 750 installations with over a combined 100 years of experience. In its seventh year of operation, the same experienced team continues to support its customers.
Entex has a proven track record of delivering clean water solutions. Technologies provided by Entex have been selected with confidence to treat more than 60 million gallons per day (MGD) of design capacity, with installation ranging from 12 MGD to 15,000 gallons per day.
How clean does the water get?
Water is always treated to the required standards set by authorities. It is important to note that water recycled within a WaterHub™ is not intended for drinking but for non-potable use such as within heating and cooling systems, as well as for irrigation and toilet flushing.
What are the size limitations?
The WaterHub™ has no size limitations.
Is odor control incorporated into the design of the WaterHub™?
Because all processes are entirely enclosed in our designs, the WaterHub™ is entirely odor free.
Do the plants treat the water?
The plants do not treat the water. Their primary function is to provide the habitat in their root zone for the myriad of organisms which thrive there. The microorganisms living in the root zone drive the reactions that help treat the water.
How does this technology help the environment and solve water scarcity?
Sustainable WaterHubs™ are much smaller than traditional wastewater treatment plants and can be placed almost anywhere – even within in tight, urban areas. The solution is clean water on-site, in less space, for less money and energy.