Wastewater in the food & beverage industry is rich in organic material and may contain excess nutrients. When this wastewater is not treated sufficiently, it will harm the environment and be costly to remedy. Rising wastewater disposal and surcharge costs, as well as consumer demand for a smaller environmental footprint are creating pressure on the food and beverage industry. As a result, facilities are turning to on-site wastewater treatment to minimize the environmental and economic impact. Find out what is in your company's wastewater!
Landfill Leachate's composition and treatment requirements vary widely based on geographic location and the type of waste disposed and therefore each treatment system is designed for the site's leachate quality and discharge requirements.
Wastewater treatment within the manufacturing industry varies widely based on the type of products being processed and fabricated. Wastewater treatment for these facilities may include pre-treatment, reuse or maintaining compliance with the mandated discharge permit requirements.
The centralized waste treatment industry processes wastewater residuals and industrial by-products that are generated at private institutions and businesses. Centralized treatment facilities receive a variety of hazardous and non-hazardous materials that are difficult to treat and have fluctuating flows and loads.
Paper mills create high wastewater flows laden with total suspended solids during processing. Our technology addresses economic and environmental challenges and efficient processing of this difficult waste stream