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.
Leading water management company, Biochemica UK Ltd is set to showcase its services at a unique potato industry event next month (November).
Privately owned Biochemica, which specialises in water and wastewater treatment services and chemical products, will join a host of companies and trade bodies from across the potato industry and its supply chain to exhibit at the upcoming BP2015 show.
The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) has launched a new globally recognised standard, ISO 14046 to assist all organisations with measuring the environmental impact of water use.
The new standard, which was published on 31 July 2014, allows businesses to conduct and report a water footprint assessment and determine methods to reduce potential environmental impacts.
To illustrate the benefits of Biochemica’s extensive range of chemical products, we have produced a new video to demonstrate how a Biochemica coagulant and polymer application achieved liquid/solid separation.
VIDEO: Liquid/Solid Separation in Wastewater Treatment