Bio-purification of air from Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and odors in Compact Trickle Bed Bioreactors (CTBB)
Ekoinwentyka is a company operating in the field of environmental protection and biotechnology. We mainly deal with air purification, using the innovative technological solutions we created. We focus mainly on the bio-utilization of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), odors including H2S, NH3.
We offer individual turnkey installations using a Compact Trickle Bed Bioreactor (CTBB) using bio-purifying gas processes. We guarantee the required reduction VOC resulting from production processes.
The achievable conversion of pollutants is 99% and is characterized by very high economic and ecological efficiency. Conducting the process at low temperature (300C) and atmospheric pressure results in many positive effects:
- Removal of the social problem concerning odorous odors – concerns mainly sewage treatment plants and waste management plants)
- Low operating costs of running the process
- Low energy consumption
- No need to use catalysts
- Small installation failure
- Low service costs also due to the high degree of automation of the control process and on-line monitoring implemented by the manufacturer
- No fees for CO2 and NOx emissions
- Long installation life
- No explosion hazard
- High degree of pollution reduction
- High ecological efficiency
- No secondary pollution
- No NOxi CO2emissions
Technology of the company Ekoinwentyka sp.z o.o. used for bio-purification of gases with the use of a compact trickle bed bioreactor (CTBB) has been implemented and tested in various industries (petrochemical, composting, copper ore mines), and most importantly integrated with processes taking place in these enterprises.
Below are examples of CTBB bioreactors of the Ekoinwentyka company, purifying air from VOCs.
Fig. 1. Bio-air purification 1000 m underground in the KGHM Polska Miedź S.A. mine – during assembly
Fig. 3. Air bio-purification of the Waste Management Plant (Composting Plant) – biodegradation of the mixture: mercaptans, NH3, H2S, VOC
Fig. 4. CTBB reactor at work
Fig. 5. Our “heroines” – microflora responsible for biodegradation processes in CTBB during work
To be presented at the investor’s request.
High Eco-innovative potential of the developed technology for air purification in Compact Trickle Bed Bioreactors (CTBB) from Ekoinwentyka is the result of a perfect combination of science and business, which is confirmed by the articles published in reputable scientific journals. We hope that they will bring you closer to our innovative technology as well as the company and the area of activity.
Kasperczyk D.*, Urbaniec K, i in: “Application of a compact trickle-bed bioreactor for the removal of odor and volatile organic compounds emitted from a wastewater treatment plant”, Journal of Environmental Management – VSI:SDEWES 2018 , 236 (2019) 413–419
Barbusinski K.,Kalemba K., Kasperczyk K., Urbaniec K., Kozik V., 2017, „Biological methods for odor treatment a review”, Journal of Cleaner Production 152 (2017) 223-241
Bak A., Kozik V., Dybal P., Sulowicz S., Kasperczyk D., Kus S., Barbusinski K.,“2016, Abatement robustness of volatile organic compounds using compact trickle-bed bioreactor: Biotreatment of styrene, ethanol and dimethyl sulfide mixture in contaminated airstream”, International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation, Int. Biodeterior. Biodegrad. 2017 vol. 119, s. 316-328, bibliogr. 75 poz.
Kasperczyk D., Urbaniec K.,: Application of a compact trickle-bed bioreactor to the biodegradation of pollutants from the ventillation air in a copper-ore mine, Journal of Cleaner Production , Vol. 87, 971-976 (2015).
LAKIERNICTWO PRZEMYSŁOWE | nr 3 (113) 2018 | maj-czerwiec – Dla przemysłu lakierniczego ADAPTACJA TECHNOLOGII BIOOCZYSZCZANIA POWIETRZA Z LZO I ODORÓW W KOMPAKTOWYCH BIOREAKTORACH TRÓJFAZOWYCH (KBT) DO NOWYCH GAŁĘZI PRZEMYSŁU
LAKIERNICTWO PRZEMYSŁOWE | nr 5 (115) 2018 | wrzesień-październik – Eksperymenty i wyniki – EFEKTYWNA BIODEGRADACJA GAZÓW ODLOTOWYCH W KOMPAKTOWYM BIOREAKTORZE TRÓJFAZOWYM (KBT) DLA PRZEMYSŁU LAKIERNICZEGO