Biocons Network

Drawing on a network of reputable companies from the field of engineering and environmental technology, Biocons can offer its customers a comprehensive range of waste-water management expertise. With these partners at our side, we can guarantee to provide the requisite measures to ensure efficient treatment.

Commanding years of experience in the environmental technology, all our partner companies have been consulting and servicing major corporations, municipal enterprises and SMEs in the following areas:

Biological waste-gas treatment in trickle-bed reactors with the application of Levapor

Biological breakdown of poorly biodegradable substances through special mixed cultures

Enzymatically improved sludge digestion

Wherever projects involving the treatment of effluent or waste-gas emissions are being implemented, our partners deploy LEVAPOR as the carrier material. This new technology guarantees customers the optimum purification efficiency.

Consequently AG Biocons is capable of implementing projects of any scale based on the following carefully coordinated individual project phases:
◾ Conception
◾ Installation schedule
◾ Decentralised supply of green energy
◾ Installation and retrofitting of purification technology
◾ Assessment of the ideal bacterial composition
◾ Installation of the currently most effective carrier material LEVAPOR

 

The solution to special environmental problems, such as the biological elimination of nitrogen, pesticides, CHCs, etc. requires:
◾ Specialist expertise, and
◾ Practical experience with the concrete problem,

which are not always available in every enterprise. These are necessary in order to
◾ Correctly diagnose and assess the problem,
◾ Negotiate with the authorities
◾ Compile and evaluate problem-solution concepts, and
◾ Implement the project

In comparison to other production processes, environmental technologies possess a number of special features:
◾ Fluctuating quantities of waste water, waste gas and loads, and
◾ Fluctuating compositions of the "raw material", whereby
◾ The “end product" should be of consistent quality, wherever possible.

Due to these unique characteristics, existing treatment processes cannot simply be applied ("off the peg"), but has to be “customized" (tailored) to the specific situation. This means that:
◾ The fundamental process parameters have to be experimentally compiled on a case by case basis,
◾ The process must be redesigned.

Simply transferring existing solutions to new problems is only conditionally feasible, and carries certain risks.

Errors can be avoided by careful planning and by conducting practice-driven environmental R&D projects aimed at determining the optimum process conditions. Decisive for the success of such R&D projects is the compilation of an effective work schedule. The expenditure required for such trials “up front” usually amounts to only a fraction of the total investment costs, yet the basic data yielded offers much more planning security and can save up to 40% of the overall investment outlay. Consequently, such trials and their results are practically indispensable in remedying the problem.