Wastewater treatment plants for industrial process water

We offer a comprehensive solution to deal with the issue of treating process water in various industrial operations.

From the economic and environmental point of view it makes a lot of sense to implement a closed circuit system for process water. The return on money thus invested is usually faster than that invested into production technology.

In many plants reducing process water consumption and the level of its treatment is an important intensification factor, which allows operating costs to be significantly reduced, improves profitability and competitiveness whilst reducing the negative impacts on the environment.

USE

Use of industrial wastewater treatment plants

Treating wastewater containing inorganic substances

Treating wastewater containing inorganic substances

For plants engaged in manufacturing and processing glass, stone, building materials, etc.

Waste water treatment containing organic substances

Waste water treatment containing organic substances

For example, crude oil substances, vegetable and animal fats, aromatic hydrocarbons, etc.

Treating wastewater containing metal particles

Treating wastewater containing metal particles

For example, lead, tin, silver, copper, chromium, zinc, cadmium and so on.

TECHNOLOGIES AND PRODUCTS

Technologies and products used

Process water is an essential medium for ensuring production. In many cases the process water becomes contaminated and it is then released as wastewater. From an environmental and economic point of view this is not a particularly effective way to treat the water.

It is used in plants, especially engineering plants, where, from the point of view of health, it is possible to implement a two-stage system that first ensures effective cleaning of the process water and then returns the cleaned water into the production process in the second stage. This means a closed circuit is formed that is only replenished for losses during production or from evaporation.

EcoSafe

EcoSafe biological materials and biotechnology

They are intended for the biochemical decomposition of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, or other organic substances that contaminate individual components of the environment (water, soil, air) and waste.

EcoSafe biological materials and biotechnology have been approved for use in the Czech Republic by the National Institute of Public Health in Prague ref. no. CHŽP-35-254/97.

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