The treatment of industrial wastewater is an issue that affects a wide range of businesses. As we strive to become more environmentally responsible, more and more companies are looking at how best to deal with this issue.
Whilst it might seem like a complicated process, there are three things you can do to make the treatment of wastewater simpler:
Identify the industrial wastewater requiring treatment
Firstly, different industries produce different types of wastewater.
For instance, the food industry, electric power plants, and aerospace are just a few of the industries who need to consider wastewater chemical treatment prior to production.
Ascertaining the correct chemistry and process conditions required to treat this wastewater is key.
Find the right treatment plant for your business
Secondly, there is no one size fits all when it comes to the treatment of wastewater.
It is important to find the right processes for your business, which will depend on the type of wastewater you produce.
It may be that your existing treatment facilities can be upgraded. Alternatively, a bespoke effluent treatment plant might be required to effectively treat the industrial wastewater you produce.
There are a variety of different plants available, including chemical precipitation, pH correction and dewatering systems.
Consult the wastewater treatment experts
Finally, if all of this sounds daunting, don’t worry.
As specialist effluent treatment consultants, Aqua Advice has over 30 years of experience in industrial wastewater treatment.
We offer a range of services to industrial clients, including a detailed assessment of your existing effluent treatment chemistry. We can also design your industrial wastewater treatment plant, with CAD drawings included.
By following these simple steps you can ensure that you have the right effluent treatment plant. Furthermore, you can ensure your industrial wastewater does not have a negative impact on the environment.
Contact Aqua Advice to discuss your industrial wastewater treatment requirements.