KAMAK: Aerated lagoons
a wise investment
KAMAK technology is based on floating biological reactors specifically designed according to actual treatment needs. It is the perfect solution for phasing capacity increase projects. Investment is thus gradual, as urban development progresses.
Developed in Canada and its design ensures treatment performances for the harshest northern conditions. Materials used provide a high resistance level to waves, winds and ice.
Biofilm growth on its patented media provide for optimal performance in cold waters, for carbonaceous degradation as well as nitrification.
The technology relies on its ease of operation and energy efficiency.
Floating biological reactors
Modular according to lagoon geometry
HDPE structure (weather resistant)
Permanent diffusers = no replacement needed
Contain BIONEST media
High treatment capacity: increases purifying bacteria concentration
Fixed: no risk of media loss into the environment
Permanent: no degradation over time
Freestanding: no fluidization energy required
Reliable: treatment resistant to hydraulic and toxic shocks
a renowned product
The Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment, and Fight Against Climate Change, the Ministry of Economic Development, Innovation and Export Trade, Éco Entreprises Québec and the Fondation québécoise en environnement have awarded Bionest the Phénix de l’Environnement prize for developing KAMAK, a technology, process and environmentally friendly product, with proven positive impacts on the environment.
Réseau Environnement has awarded the DISTINCTION GUSTAVE PRÉVOST to Bionest to promote its knowledge, excellence and innovation in the environment sector. Its KAMAK product contributes to infrastructure improvement and good management.
Bionest received the Innovation and new market award for its KAMAK at the Gala Distinction Desjardins, for new process and innovative products, new market acquisition and continued action within its trade, adaptability and new technology application.