MBR systems

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As one of the nation's largest treatment plant contractors, Layne has the specialized wastewater treatment equipment knowledge to provide sustainable solutions. One of the company offerings is the POREFLON™ MBR system, which provides reliable removal of biological nutrients, nitrogen and phosphorus in a small footprint. The company's teams are responsible for managing water in every phase of its lifecycle – supply, treatment, delivery and maintenance. Throughout each phase, they work to ensure compliance with complex state and federal regulations, meet increasingly high standards for quality, reliability and efficiency while constructing projects in any delivery mode required.

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