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The ADI-MBR, which stands for "membrane biological reactor," is an activated sludge system that uses a physical membrane process for liquid-solids separation. The ADI-MBR system has a short hydraulic retention time and a long solids retention time for better soluble COD removal. The process operates automatically, while ADI provides startup, operator training and continued assistance. - Salem, N.H. - (603) 893- 2134 -

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