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Open Day BIOBOX Nitrate Gilbert USA

BIOBOX® Nitrate Open Day in Gilbert, Arizona, USA

Removing persistent nitrate from groundwater is about to become a lot more affordable and easier for utilities across Arizona.

By contrast to the costly, traditional RO treatment systems that are energy-intensive, costly to maintain and produce a toxic waste stream, BIOBOX® Nitrate offers an innovative biological technology that removes nitrates in an energy-efficient, sustainable and cost-effective way over its entire lifetime.

BIOBOX and AMS are organising an open house in the town of Gilbert for a live technology demonstration of the innovative BIOBOX® Nitrate Removal System. Participants will be able to take a look at this innovative biological denitrification technology, which guarantees a nitrate removal efficiency of more than 95% without toxic waste products.

BIOBOX® Nitrate Open Day in Gilbert
BIOBOX® Nitrate Open Day in Gilbert

Event details

There are two options to participate, either go to a formal presentation or go at a different time, between 9AM and 1:00 PM to talk to the representatives.

  • Formal presentations:
    • June 18 – Session 1 :09:30 – 10:15 AM MDT
    • June 18 – Session 2:11.15 AM – 12:00 PM MDT
    • June 20 – Session 1 :09:30 – 10:15 AM MDT ** SESSION IS FULL**
    • June 20 – Session 2:11.15 AM – 12:00 PM MDT
    • Language: English

Not able to attend but interested in follow-up information about the BIOBOX® Nitrate removal system?

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Disclaimer

The Town of Gilbert has sought approval from the Maricopa County Environmental Services Department (MCESD) and MCESD has issued requirements for Biobox pilot testing and subsequent approval. As of 06/03/24, MCESD has not reviewed any performance data from Well #22 associated with the recent Biobox pilot test. MCESD has not approved the Biobox biological nitrate removal process or the ancillary processes addressing potential concerns other than nitrate. MCESD will require post-biological process filtration and turbidity monitoring for biological nitrate installations regardless of the manufacturer/supplier/system. All drinking water treatment facilities are required to meet all aspects of the Safe Drinking Water Act, many of which are not the focus of the pilot test. Currently, there are no full-scale Biobox installations within Maricopa County. Full-scale equipment has yet to be submitted to MCESD for review and may be different than the equipment being piloted at Well #22. For more information or discussion, please e-mail jim.miller@maricopa.county.com.