The Organica Food Chain Reactor (FCR) IFAS solution consists of a series of biological treatment zones and is a type of integrated fixed film activated sludge technology where attached growth on fixed medium is accompanied by suspended growth in the same reactor. Biodegradation of influent contaminants is therefore accomplished by combination of fixed and suspended biological cultures where attached active biomass lives on natural plant roots and engineered (biofiber) medium. FCR IFAS technology benefits from the advantages of both the biofilm systems and conventional activated sludge (CAS) by allowing the two distinct biological populations to co-exist in synergy, where the suspended biomass degrades most of the organic carbonaceous load (BOD) and the biofilm creates a strongly nitrifying population for oxidation of the nitrogenous load.
As the saying goes, “time is money”, and in any business or industry this statement really does apply. With the development of our Hosted Design Platform, Organica Central Station (OCS), we have not only taken a large step forward in the precision required to create preliminary engineering design documents but shaved (or even shattered) the time required to create such drawings from an average of 200 hours down to a mere 6 hours. To top it all, this whole system is available as a separate online tool to anyone with an internet connection. But what does this mean on the grand scale? We've asked our own employees to share their experiences…
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an important part of what we do at Organica, and our Delhi office has taken advantage of an opportunity given their location in one of the densest cities in the world. They spent a day last spring visiting children in a low-income part of town.
I bet if you think about an aqua safari you would imagine yourself somewhere around Tahiti, where climate is great, sun is shining and you can dive into the turquoise and crystal-clear ocean to see some colorful fishes, corals and all the funny sea creatures. We would all enjoy that, but today, I would like to invite you for a different type of Aqua Safari.