OXERAM 1 – Cost and Energy Saving Processes for Tertiary Wastewater Treatment Steps (Preparatory Phase)

Optimization of flocculation for tertiary filtration processes and evaluation of sustainability of tertiary wastewater treatment

The OXERAM projects aim at the development of a cost and energy efficient advanced tertiary wastewater treatment for disinfection and advanced phosphorus removal. The most sustainable solution for meeting the goals of the Water Framework Directive and to ensure the bathing water quality in Berlin surface waters will be identified.

OXERAM 1 is the preparatory phase for a larger 36 months project (OXERAM 2) which will include the assessment of pre-ozonation as pre-treatment to reduce membrane fouling and the assessment of the Discfilter® technology for advanced phosphorus removal. Additionally the sustainability of different processes for advanced wastewater treatment such as rapid filtration, membrane filtration, UV disinfection and ozonation will be evaluated in OXERAM 2.

The goals of OXERAM 1 are

  • The extension of the budget for OXERAM 2 by applying for funding
  • Definition of the long term research program
  • Technical design and project planning for OXERAM 2
  • Preparation of the necessary analytical tools

Financing

More information

  • Final Workshop of Berlin Demonstration Project OXERAM

    12 April 2013 10:00am3:00pm

    VKU Forum, Invalidenstraße 91, 10115 Berlin

    Energy efficient hybrid processes for tertiary wastewater treatment The EU Water Framework Directive was introduced with the aim of achieving good ecological and chemical status of surface waters by 2027. Berlin‘s wastewater treatment were subject to major upgrades in the last decade, but due to the slowly flowing rivers in this region the target of the WFD will only be met by further technical…

  • OXERAM Project Information Day on 25 May 2011

    25 May 2011 10:00am1:00pm

    Kläranlage Ruhleben, Freiheit 17, 13597 Berlin-Spandau

    State of the art for Berlin WWTPs – Investigations of cost and energy efficient process combinations in wastewater treatment schemes aiming at the improvement of water quality