Wastewater Treatment Procedures
There are multiple best available technologies (BAT) procedures for wastewater treatment. Our main competences are the detailed study and conceptual development of this procedure for wastewater treatment.
We works with a wide range of biological and physicochemical procedures for wastewater treatment. Our team develops individual wastewater treatment methods for you, meeting all your needs and requirements.
Biological wastewater treatment
Biological treatment systems aim to degrade organic substances contained in wastewater and reduce ammonium and nitrate loads. Our technology for the biological treatment of industrial and sanitary wastewater offers you the most complete and modern range of biological methods of wastewater treatment. These can be applied flexibly and efficiently in different sectors of industry.
With biological processes for the treatment of wastewater, we help you to comply with the legally prescribed discharge values, to save burdensome supplementary fees imposed on large polluters, to achieve a more respectful production of the environment and to design more efficient processes through the reuse of water.
In most cases, biological processes are also the best solution in the paper and pulp industry, in laundries and in the textile industry, in companies in the food industry and in agro-industry. Biological wastewater treatment facilities are used to degrade organic substances and ammonium and nitrate loads.
Physical-chemical wastewater treatment
Often, the physical-chemical treatment of wastewater consists of sub-steps, beginning with a separation of coarse and fine substances. Depending on the task to be performed, the wastewater can be further treated using a chemical process. By intelligently and efficiently applying the most convenient method, our experts design the solution that best suits your specific needs.
Screens and sieves remove harmful solid substances from the water. This mechanical process separates, for example, diapers, hair, wet wipes and sanitary napkins from the wastewater stream. Before cleaning industrial wastewater, the sieves also capture textile fibers, paper labels, plastic debris or production waste, such as potato peels or other peel debris.
Depending on the scope of application, fine or coarse screens are used. These clean the water by means of bars arranged in parallel. In contrast, sieves have screens, holes, and meshes. With various aperture sizes, from coarse sieves (> 20mm) to micro-sieves (<0.05mm), these separate from solid substances emerging from the coarse garbage resulting from our civilization, to sand and mud particles from the flow of water. sewage water.
Of vital importance is mechanical preliminary cleaning in the treatment of domestic wastewater. Especially the fibers, especially the extremely tear-resistant textile fibers of wet wipes and fleece or non-woven material, which contain the waters represent a challenge. These fibers tend to become entangled and can clog and cause extensive damage to pumps and agitators.