What is the wastewater treatment process?

So, the question you all seem to be asking, what is the wastewater treatment process?

Wastewater treatment is one of our key offerings where we offer a solutions-based approach to treating effluent prior to discharge; from process design, plant and chemical programmes, to sludge management and water reuse.

If trade effluent is to be introduced directly into surface waters (rivers, streams, sea), a consent to discharge is generally required. Effluent discharged directly to sewers must also be kept within set parameters. This is why wastewater treatment is so important, it reduces the risk of financial penalties, plant closure or water pollution.

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Sludge Removal – Prevent High Costs

Wastewater Treatment Plant

As with a lot of industries, food and beverage manufacturers consume high volumes of water in their processes. This results in high volumes of wastewater, and with that comes a number of problems and after effects.

Wastewater is exactly that, waste. That waste forms into sludge, the residual solids associated with the primary and secondary phases of the wastewater treatment process. After chemical addition to promote liquid-solid separation in the primary phase of treatment and then from biological sludge after further treatment, the residual solids become a waste sludge.

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