To manage the effluents generated by all types of industrial activities, we provide an industrial wastewater treatment system. Our wastewater treatment plants treat brines, organic matter, metals, detergents, oils, pesticides, nitrates, pesticides, and other pollutants found in industrial effluents.
In addition to our extensive experience in designing, installing, starting, and maintaining industrial wastewater treatment plants, we can design and install the most efficient and competitive wastewater treatment process that meets each customer’s needs. Different factors determine the technologies used in a wastewater treatment plant, including the type of wastewater, the type of energy available, and operational costs.
Industrial Wastewater Treatment Technology
Biological Treatment can only be using when pollutants are biodegradable. The features of both techniques can be varied by a wide range of configurations and design choices. These techniques may be aerobic (with oxygen) or anaerobic (without oxygen).
Vacuum Evaporation is the most efficient, robust, and economical way of treating liquid waste.
Physical-Chemical Purification, most pollutants in wastewater can be removing in a single operation or in combination.
Why Industrial Wastewater Treatment is important?
Industrial activities generate industrial wastewater. This water can be comprising of different pollutants, from processes, cleaning, and cooling. It is necessary to manage the water before it is either sent back into the natural environment or funneled into the sewage network. To ensure regulatory compliance, this waste must be treated until it meets discharge requirements or reused for a different purpose.
In the case of the former, the treatment must be adequate to ensure that the discharge has no detrimental effects on the environment; in the case of the latter, the physical and chemical properties of the wastewater must comply with current regulations. Thirdly, industrial wastewater that has already been treated can be reused.
We optimize the use of water in industry, we promote zero discharge technologies, provided they are economically and environmentally viable.
To avoid sanctions or other serious financial or social consequences, we treat it until it is within the legally establishing discharge limits.
Types Of Industrial Wastewater
The main types of industrial wastewater are as follows:
- Water with biodegradable organic matter
- Water with non-biodegradable organic matter
- Water with oils and fats
- Water with heavy metals
- Saltwater or brines
- Liquid industrial waste
Industrial Wastewater Applications
Food Industry: A range of activities in the food industry give rise to wastewater, such as slaughterhouses, fish preserving and salting, ham and sausage drying, olives and pickles, fruit juice production, potato snacks manufacturing, vegetable and fruit preserves making, dairy products & derivatives processing, wine and cava producers, oil/fat/derivative preparation, and beverage creation. This water tends to have an abundant biodegradable matter plus salt content. As a result, biological procedures and vacuum evaporation are usually the most effective methods for treating it.
Desulfurization processes, purges of borated waters, and turbines produce wastewater, among other things. Physical-chemical treatments are the most common.
Waste Management: The most effective treatment options for waste management plant effluents are physical-chemical purification and vacuum evaporation.
Chemical And Pharmaceutical Industry
The chemical industry is notable for producing a great variety of wastewater, requiring practically all available treatment options depending on the type of water. While some treatments are more competitive than others, each has its own advantages in certain cases. Everything from basic chemical products to dyes and pigments, fertilizers, pesticides and agrochemicals, paints, varnishes and coatings, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and perfumes, essential oils and soaps, detergents and cleaning products can be found in this wastewater.
Municipal Solid Waste Dumps: Leachates producing by municipal solid waste landfills are treating by vacuum evaporation into water and solid waste.
Textile Industry: The textile industry wastewater contains organic matter, suspended solids, and color. Depending on the textile process, the wastewater may contain high levels of pollutants.
Metal And Surface Treatment Industry: There are several industrial wastewater generating by the metal and surface treatment industries. Oily emulsions, exhausted paint pretreatment baths, exhausted electroplating and surface treatment baths, non-destructive water test samples of penetrating, washing, and degreasing line fluids, compressor purges, liquid paint booth water, and cleaning solvents are the most common.
Glass And Ceramics Industry: In this industry, water is frequently washing from manufacturing reactors, brines, and brackish waters.