What is sbr in wastewater treatment plant?
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SBR stands for Sequencing Batch Reactor, which is a type of activated sludge process for the treatment of wastewater. It is an aerobic process that uses batches of wastewater to achieve the same goals as a continuous activated sludge process. The primary advantage of using an SBR is that all steps of the process—including fill, aeration, settle, and decant—can be accomplished in one tank.