World Water Works, Inc.

Oklahoma City,  OK 
United States
http://www.worldwaterworks.com
  • Booth: 2319

Profile

World Water Works, Inc. is an innovator in the water and wastewater treatment industry, driven to help industrial and municipal customers find wastewater treatment solutions that deliver clean water, perform more efficiently, recover resources and save money. The company has offices located throughout the US and India, with fully integrated in-house manufacturing capabilities at its headquarters in Oklahoma City, OK. Since 1998, World Water Works has been dedicated to its founding mission: to purify our future world environment. For more information, visit www.worldwaterworks.com.

Brands: World Water Works, AirWhip


 Press Releases

  • World Water Works, Inc., an innovative wastewater treatment solutions provider headquartered in Oklahoma City, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Since its founding, the company has helped provide industrial and municipal customers with innovative wastewater treatment solutions that deliver clean water, recover resources and save money.

    "We have come a long way since the company started, and we are very excited about our future as the company continues to grow," said Kyle Booth, chief operating officer for World Water Works. "We're appreciative of our valued clients for the opportunities to provide them with our solutions and to our employees for their hard work along the way."

    The company was founded in December 1998 upon a mission that still stands today: to purify the future world environment. Working hand in hand with customers, World Water Works designs, builds, implements and optimizes its wastewater treatment solutions to help customers meet today's challenges while preparing for tomorrow's water needs.

    World Water Works was incorporated in the state of New York and added an office in Oklahoma City in 2003. By 2008, the company decided to bring manufacturing in-house to provide clients with better service and reduced lead times. The company purchased a state-of-the-art facility in 2011, which serves as its headquarters and fully integrated manufacturing facility today. The company also has offices located throughout the U.S., India and the United Arab Emirates.

    World Water Works' products and technologies are now in use on all of the major continents in both industrial and municipal settings. Working with clients to meet and exceed their individual needs and pertinent state and federal effluent requirements, World Water Works is proud to partner in the success of all its clients over the past 20 years.

  • OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Alchemy Holding, LLC, Stowe Brewery located in Stowe, VT was recently awarded the Outstanding Industrial Facility Award by the Green Mountain Water Environment Association for its commitment to clean water and pollution prevention, including implementation of water or wastewater treatment changes to address frequent issues that arise within similar industries.


    In 2016, World Water Works’ Ideal MBBR-DAF™ system was installed at Alchemist Brewery to handle wastewater and reduce the amount of BOD, TSS and total phosphorous discharged to the Stowe Wastewater Treatment Facility. The system reduces the biological oxygen demand of the water to equal the level of approximately five households. The brewery has invested nearly $1 million into wastewater treatment and remains diligent in performing pollution prevention practices to separate high strength waste during the brewing process.


    “With the rise of microbreweries, many communities are concerned with the amount of wastewater impacting the area, but Alchemist Brewery provided assurance to the Town of Stowe that they could be a good neighbor by implementing the appropriate technology to treat their wastewater, “said Chandler Johnson, chief technology officer for World Water Works. “World Water Works is honored to work with Alchemist Brewery as they achieve their wastewater treatment goals.”
    Alchemist Brewery worked with Weston & Sampson Engineers, Inc. to find a system to meet the needs of the facility, initiating the partnership with World Water Works. The Ideal MBBR-DAF is currently outperforming the design effluent criteria and is well below domestic effluent levels and permitted effluent limits. With the use of the Ideal DAG™, the system has also boosted dissolved oxygen levels prior to discharge.

    About World Water Works, Inc.

    World Water Works, Inc. is an innovator in the wastewater treatment industry, driven to help industrial and municipal customers find wastewater treatment solutions that deliver clean water, perform better, recover resources and save money. The company has offices located throughout the US and India, with fully integrated in-house manufacturing capabilities at its headquarters in Oklahoma City, OK. Since 1998, World Water Works has been dedicated to its founding mission: to purify our future world environment. For more information, visit www.worldwaterworks.com.


 Products

  • Ideal DAF
    Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) systems remove suspended solids, fats, oils, greases and non-soluble organics by a process of dissolving air into water under pressure....

  • Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) systems remove suspended solids, fats, oils, greases and non-soluble organics by a process of dissolving air into water under pressure. The process begins with the water to be treated entering the DAF through an influent header box that reduces velocity and distributes the water across the length of the vessel. In order to optimize treatment, the influent header box is designed with multiple points at which whitewater, a highly saturated pressurized stream of air and DAF effluent, and flocculant, where applicable, are injected. Wastewater then enters the flotation zone and microbubbles from the whitewater attach to the particle surface and affect the particle density, causing the suspended solids to float to the surface of the DAF where they are skimmed by a chain and flight and separated into the sludge hopper. The treated wastewater is continuously removed at several points inside the DAF and discharges over pipe weirs into an effluent chamber. From there, it flows out of the DAF.

    The Ideal DAF™ achieves high rate removal efficiencies at a low operational cost with a smaller footprint and longer lifespan by employing such techniques as:

    Progressive Water Extraction – Extended retention time and better effluent quality
    Cross-Flow Design – Lower velocity and better separation
    Ideal DAG™ Technology – High removal efficiency, lower power requirement and lower chemistry
    Plate Separators – Maximize solids removal
    Thickening Beach – Sludge thickening
    Cone Bottom – Easy sludge removal

    With a polypropylene construction, the Ideal DAF offers benefits including:

    • Corrosion resistance
    • Up to 9,000 GPM systems
    • High TDS and saltwater tolerance
    • Chemical treatment flexibility
    • Heavy duty, lightweight construction
    • Wide pH range
    • High temperature tolerance
    • Guaranteed long life
  • Ideal MBBR
    The Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) process is a state-of-the-art fixed-film (or attached growth) biological process used for wastewater treatment both municipally and industrially for BOD removal, nitrification and denitrification....

  • The Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) process is a state-of-the-art fixed-film (or attached growth) biological process used for wastewater treatment both municipally and industrially for BOD removal, nitrification and denitrification. This process provides the smallest footprint biological system, which is tolerant of both load swings and temporary load deprivation.

    The Ideal MBBR™ consists of a tank with submerged, but freely moving, specially designed bio-media. The large surface area of the bio-media provides abundant surface for bacteria to grow and thrive. A stainless steel aeration manifold installed in the bottom of the aerobic reactors provides both dissolved oxygen for BOD removal / nitrification and mixing by means of a blower. A stainless steel sieve near the top of the tank allows the water to exit the reactor while retaining the bio-media in the tank. The bacteria will digest the organics in the waste stream and convert the soluble material to biomass, which can be removed downstream.

    A World Water Works’ Ideal DAF™ is placed downstream of the MBBR tank to separate the biomass and the solids from the wastewater. For denitrification, anoxic MBBR tanks are used. The anoxic tank is similar to aerobic MBBR tanks except that no oxygen is supplied. The tank contains no diffusers and the media is kept in suspension in the reactor through submersible mixers. Other features are the same as in the aerobic reactor although the design may be slightly different.


    World Water Works specializes in the combination of the MBBR technology with Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge (IFAS) technology or Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) technology for advanced wastewater treatment.

    Advantages:

    • Simple to operate
    • Easily retrofitted with a small footprint
    • Low capital cost
    • Stable under load variations
    • Increases plant capacity and allows upgrades to new nitrogen limits using existing tanks
    • Industrial pre-treatment to lower
    • loads to POTW
    • Generates low solids and requires
    • no sludge recycling
    • Shaves off 60-80% influent BOD
    • for easy industrial upgrades to
    • existing systems
    • Reduces the load to downstream activated sludge process
    • Dissolved oxygen meter allows control of the amount of dissolved oxygen injected into the waste stream
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