BC:Ntensify® combines process intensification technologies like advanced aeration coupled with hydrocyclones. Hydrocyclone-based wasting yields short- and long-term benefits for treatment performance and operational improvements. The ease of installation, operation, and maintenance compared to alternative technologies makes hydrocyclones especially attractive to wastewater treatment facilities. Aeration is the most energy-intensive operation in wastewater treatment—and accounts for an estimated 45-75% of plant energy costs. With BC:Ntensify’s advanced aeration controls, facilities can precisely allocate treatment chemicals, intensify biochemical reactions, shorten treatment duration, and reduce facility energy and disposal costs.
Sep 25, 2020
James R. DiIorio Water Reclamation Facility Ntensify® Nutrient Removal
The City of Pueblo (Pueblo) is situated 112 miles south of Denver, Colorado, and located at the confluence of the...
June 1, 2023
SFPUC Biosolids Digester Facilities Project
Updates at San Francisco's largest wastewater treatment facility to support the city’s sustainability goals
May 10, 2023
Increasing Resiliency with Portland Water Bureau
Brown and Caldwell employees celebrate Bring Your Child to Work Day 2023
Watch BC kids answer: What do you love about water?
March 20, 2023
PepsiCo contributes $1.5M to replenish local groundwater in Southern California
New inland injection well to improve drought resiliency and replenish local groundwater supplies to further establish water independence for four ...
March 9, 2023
Brown and Caldwell Los Angeles – join the excitement!
Want to know what makes BC’s L.A. office a rewarding place to work and grow?
Brown and Caldwell looks to the future of 75 years and counting
Employee-owned firm continues pioneering legacy of technical excellence, innovation, and talent growth
Black History Month and Engineers Week: Why I became an engineer
Brown and Caldwell engineers share their inspirational stories
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January 17, 2023
Research project underway to prepare water utilities for wildfire events
Findings to help drinking water utilities increase treatment resilience to wildfires
December 13, 2022
Are pyrolysis & gasification the answer for PFAS in biosolids?
BC's Lloyd Winchell shares information on research he conducted around pyrolysis and gasification for water resource recovery facilities.
December 12, 2022
Water For People: A Year in Review 2022
Brown and Caldwell is committed to supporting Water For People, an organization dedicated to ending the global water and sanitation…
December 9, 2022
Discussing net water positivity
BC's Rebecca Maco speaks with Water Technology about PepsiCo’s efforts toward net water positivity