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Symphony - Wastewater Treatment Plant Optimization Program

09-19-2017 11:06 AM CET | Energy & Environment

Press release from: Environmental Dynamics International

Symphony - Wastewater Treatment Plant Optimization Program

Symphony - Wastewater Treatment Plant Optimization Program

Welcome to the world of “Symphony”!

With over 40 years of experience, Environmental Dynamics International is excited to introduce Symphony -“The Next Big Step” in wastewater treatment plant performance.

Symphony is a “Suite of Technologies” integrating Equipment, Next Generation Controls, and Services; to deliver:
- Optimized Biological Performance &
- Lowest Cost Plant Operation

Symphony helps you to get the most from the plant. Most in terms of;
• least energy consumption,
• most in terms of controlled system performance, and
• most in terms of plant and equipment capacity.

Best of all, Symphony supports all brands; so existing plants can start capturing gains without a major plant expansion.

Key to Symphony’s deliverables are the next-generation Maestro controls. Maestro controls enable us to think differently about controls. Rather than simply operating specific equipment, Maestro controls use learned-knowledge to provide improved automation performance, all with no retuning requirements. Driven by Maestro - Symphony offers four other deliverables:

- System Audit and Analysis
- Aeration System Optimization
- Blower and Mixer Optimization &
- Asset Management

Maestro generates "Learned-knowledge" that foundationally changes how we design, and operate and maintain the plant. Going forward;
• process and equipment designs are now plant-specific
• management and operations focus on business metrics in addition to effluent compliance, and
• maintenance is paced to reliability-centered maintenance objectives so maintenance can make, not cost, you money.

Up to 60% energy savings can be achieved when the Total Symphony Suite is Implemented.

Visit us: Booth #1654 | WEFTEC 2017
"Aeration for Life"

Environmental Dynamics International (EDI) specializes in the development and application of advanced technology aeration and biological treatment solutions for municipal and industrial wastewater. The professionals and engineers at EDI provide the highest level of value added service, technology transfer, process application and system design support. EDI is a full service organization and provides field contract services for equipment installation, start-up and maintenance with demonstrated success in more than 7,000 installations in over 100 countries worldwide.


Environmental Dynamics International (EDI)
5601 Paris Rd
Columbia MO 65202
P: +1-573-474-9456
F: +1-573-474-6988

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