How we do it
To demonstrate Biochemica’s innovative and effective approaches to water treatment projects, we have collated a bank of case studies for you to peruse and get a true feel for our solutions focused ethos in action.
We will continue to populate this area with fresh examples of our high quality, problem solving water management programmes as we tackle the challenges our clients face across a wide range of industries. Click on the links below to see how we resolved a selection of water related issues.
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A UK based NHS board had observed the potential for problems when moving operations from one of their older buildings to another area of the building. The abandoned area of the building would be left with a huge water supply system with nobody using it, increasing the potential of bacteria growth. The problem was, shutting off the water supply was not an option as it still supplied the occupied areas of the building. The NHS board called upon the knowledge and expertise of Biochemica Water to reduce the risk of legionella.
A UK council was having problems with showers in one of their facilities when they asked Biochemica Water to provide a solution. The sports pavilion had been having problems with bacterial failures in their football changing rooms and as a stop gap, they had a member of staff regularly flushing the system. This was not a permanent solution and it was a time-consuming task. The challenge for Biochemica Water was to prevent the bacterial failures in the showers without having to physically flush the system.
Watch a Biochemica coagulant (CT-820) and polymer (AL-302) application in action as it achieves liquid/solid separation of an industrial wastewater sample taken from a vegetable processing plant.
Biochemica UK Ltd was challenged to offer cost reducing and process optimising solutions to a factory with an annual wastewater discharge volume of approximately 400 megalitres per annum.
Chromium is used in the tanning process and is consequently present in the resulting effluent. A reduction in acceptable chromium levels from the water authority meant that action had to be taken.
Biochemica OC-500 is a powerful non-chlorinating oxidizing agent useful in many water treating applications.
Biochemica UK Ltd has acted cool in a chilly situation as temperatures on a chilled system reached critical levels.
Biochemica UK Ltd has completed a project to improve a wastewater treatment process at a potato washing facility.
Biochemica UK Ltd helps reduce water demand with process improvements at a food processing plant.
Biochemica UK Ltd was invited to put forward their proposals to improve the effluent treatment at a site of a multi-national food producer.