Aurastar Information Systems Wastewater Systems
    A common observation is that no two waste water systems are alike although they mostly all tend to use some form of biologic treatment.

Some use the bare minimum of screening for detritus, followed by running through a clarifier to isolate the mixed liquor from the activated sludge. Chlorine is often added to kill off unwanted biologic activity before reentry into local water tributaries.

Others use digesters to heat the mix and isolate methanol gases. These are then stored, processed, and used in generating power for the site. Unused power is normally sold back to the local utility.

Some use laser tubes in lieu of chlorine before release, especially where the addition of chlorine would likely kill off desired algae in the primary storage reservoir. 
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It is also commonly observed that the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system for each waste water processing facility tends to be a stand-alone isolated entity.

However, for larger populated areas, with multiple wastewater processing sites, the use of a central network hub offers substantial benefits in being able to track the origin of contaminants.
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Aurastar brings an open mind to the design process of identifying viable alternative configurations and their relative costs. This is helpful to the entity considering construction or upgrading of wastewater processing facilities.

Aurastar also brings solid experience and expertise in the development of SCADA systems and Smart Grid distributed network technologies.

An Aurastar SCADA system has been monitoring and controlling eight substations that power eight high speed wind tunnels at Arnold AFB in Tullahoma, TN for many years.
      Laser Tube cleaning of final biologic activity removal prior to injecting the output of the facility back into nature.