Biochemica has been successful in its bid to win a water treatment contract at a leading plastics and chemical manufacturer.
The contract comprises of the supply of cooling water treatment chemicals and bi-monthly service visits. As part of the contract, cooling towers will be cleaned and engineering upgrades to dosing equipment will be covered.
Biochemica UK Ltd has been awarded an Innovation Award at the recent NE Business awards at Teesside University for its unique foam cleaning technology.
The cleaning technology, which is currently going through the patent process, has significant advantages in terms of Legionella prevention, operator safety and cost benefits. Full scale trials have been performed and the technology is currently being used successfully across a number of large industrial sites in the UK.
Biochemica was approached to improve the performance of a centrifuge (decanter) in a mineral processing application. The percentage dry solids from the process was critical to the operation.
After an initial site survey to understand the process, Biochemica selected a number of specialised polymers for screening. The best product versus the incumbent can be seen below (Fig 1: y-axis CST, secs; x-axis Polymer dose 0.2%, mls. Biochemica polymer in green versus incumbent in blue). The Biochemica polymer outperformed the current product, offering improved performance even at very low dose rates. Based on this study, a full scale trial was commissioned where the results seen in test work were replicated.
Biochemica UK Ltd has recently added to its extensive customer base by further increasing their presence in the food sector. Our total water management philosophy has already allowed many customers to realise cost savings through improved water treatment.
The washing of vegetables produces waste water high in solids and organics. As successfully implemented at many other sites, Biochemica initially provided a suitable water treatment programme to improve the primary settlement of this effluent, as can be seen below (Fig 1).
Health & Safety is of the utmost importance to everyone at Biochemica and this is reflected in our most recent OHSAS 18001 accreditation.
Andrea Linton-Lennon, Credit, Quality & Environmental Manager at Biochemica UK Ltd commented: “The OHSAS 18001 is a Health & Safety standard that ensures we as a company are complying with regulations within our everyday working environment. The procedures and policies we have implemented give us the knowledge and confidence to know that we are doing our utmost to protect all employees and visitors alike.”
Biochemica has been successful in securing new waste water treatment customers, adding to its ever growing customer base and starting 2011 off on the right foot.
Biochemica will provide its new clients with waste water treatment speciality chemicals as well technical services as part of the supply agreements.
Biochemica has been shortlisted for an award in Innovation at a forthcoming awards ceremony.
Dave Ruddy of Biochemica says: “Our company strives to be innovative through all aspects of our business; from devising and implementing smarter ways of reducing our waste and carbon footprint in delivering products and services to our customers, to state of the art technology in our process control systems. We give our staff the freedom to build on ideas that they think will have a beneficial impact on our customers, the environment and our business as a whole.
Biochemica has successfully secured a new three year deal to provide a multi-national pharmaceutical company with boiler treatment services.
The contract comes as part of a move towards site Total Water Management for the company. Biochemica already provides the customer with all of their commodity chemical requirements, engineering works and Legionella services, meaning that the introduction of the new contract completes the customer’s transition towards Biochemica running all site related water treatment services.
Biochemica UK Ltd is proud to launch a new look web site illustrating our complete product range and services.
Commenting, Dave Ruddy said: “We have expanded our services and product range over the past few years so we thought it was fitting that we should promote these to current and prospective customers in a new look website.
Biochemica UK Ltd has won a new contract to supply a leading packaging company with boiler water treatment and Legionella services.
The current site specific contract adds to the existing locations already covered as part of a multi-site deal by Biochemica. In addition, Biochemica will also provide waste water treatment services to site as well as engineering support in terms of water softener service and pump maintenance.
Biochemica has been been shortlisted within the ‘Service Award’ category at an upcoming regional awards ceremony.
Commenting, Dave Ruddy of Biochemica said: “To be shortlisted for an award such as this is a great achievement for everyone at Biochemica.
Biochemica UK Ltd has won a new contract to provide total water management products and services for a leading multi-national food group.
Biochemica will provide all of the chemicals and technical services associated with the successful operation of an effluent treatment plant. Significant quantities of inorganic coagulants are required for the primary treatment process as well as speciality polymers to aid dewatering performance. In addition, Biochemica will also provide service and the necessary chemicals for boiler and cooling water treatment.
Biochemica UK Ltd has been awarded a new water treatment contract to supply a global chemical manufacturer.
The three year contract incorporates the chemical supply and servicing of cooling and boiler systems. Legionella management and hygiene cleaning also form part of the agreement.
Biochemica UK Ltd has been awarded ISO 14001 status.
Commenting on how the new accreditation will benefit Biochemica, Andrea Linton-Lennon, Quality Manager said: “ISO 14001 shows that we have made a commitment to improving the environment wherever possible and strive to continue this quest as part of an ongoing and audited process”.
Biochemica was invited to put forward their proposals to improve the effluent treatment at a site of a multi-national food producer.
The client engineering manager commented: “I was tasked with heading up a team to reduce trade effluent water costs at the site during 2008.