Our flagship EcoVolt Reactor is the world’s first bioelectrically-enhanced wastewater treatment solution, critical in the conversion of wastewater to renewable energy.
Leveraging electrically-active microbes, the EcoVolt Reactor efficiently treats wastewater while extracting clean energy and clean water, allowing partners to cut wastewater management costs and achieve sustainability goals.
Our proprietary internal architecture performs high-rate, bulk BOD removal (~80% removal) while producing high-quality biogas (~80% methane fraction). Through combined heat and power cogeneration, a typical installation will generate net 30-200 kW of power.
The EcoVolt Reactor’s prefabricated, modular architecture allows for low-impact installation, rapid procurement, and flexible capacity increase. Installations are designed to treat wastewater flows between 10,000 and 300,000 gallons per day and are managed by the C3 (Command, Control, and Communications) Hub, a containerized unit acting as a centralized distribution and controls system.
The EcoVolt MBR (membrane bioreactor) is an aerobic digester using state-of-the-art aeration, robust membrane filtration, and a dynamically integrated controls architecture to remove >99% of contaminants from wastewater streams, enabling water reuse.
The EcoVolt MBR seamlessly integrates with the EcoVolt Reactor to provide treatment and reuse at a fraction of the energy demand of other systems. It can be stacked to accommodate footprint constraints, and remotely managed.
Facilities with low concentrations of organics in their wastewater can use the EcoVolt MBR as a standalone solution.
The EcoVolt MINI is an all-in-one treatment and reuse container. Designed for smaller, growing facilities with wastewater flows between 2,000 and 15,000 gallons per day, the solution flexibly incorporates EcoVolt Reactor and EcoVolt MBR technology in one container to achieve desired removal.
Housed entirely within a 53′ x 8.5′ shipping container, the EcoVolt MINI performs high-rate, total contaminant removal in a compact footprint, and can cut a facility’s potable water consumption by up to 50%.