landfill leachate treatments Equipment in Turkey

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Landfill Leachate Treatment System

by Dynatec Systems Inc.     based in Burlington, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Dynatec uses ultrafiltration, membrane bioreactors and reverse osmosis for landfill leachate applications.

Landfill Leachate Treatment

by OSMO Membrane Systems GmbH     based in Korntal-Münchingen, GERMANY

Landfill leachate must not be leaded to the canalization or the recipient untreated. According to the guidelines of environmental protection, waste water hast to fulfill limit values of introduction and reusable water has to be cleaned and separated to be used as process water or maybe as drinking water. So, also landfill leachate – as many ...

Landfill Gas Collection Systems

by Automatic Flare Systems Limited (AFS)     based in Coventry, UNITED KINGDOM

Anaerobic decomposition of organic solid waste in the landfill site produces landfill gas (LFG). LFG mainly consists of methane and carbon dioxide, both of which are odorless. Trace constituents of other volatiles, often malodorous or toxic gases, are also found in LFG. LFG can migrate through soil into structures located on or near landfills. ...

Methane Stripping

by Automatic Flare Systems Limited (AFS)     based in Coventry, UNITED KINGDOM

We design and manufacture methane stripping solutions to treat landfill leachate. Methane stripping can be achieved in either a horizontal, multi-modular arrangement or in a vertical stripping tower.

Landfill Gas

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Landfill gas is created during the anaerobic decomposition of organic substances in municipal solid waste (MSW) and commercial and industrial (C&I) wastes. Depending upon the landfill design and its management, as well as waste composition, compaction, moisture and several other factors, thousands of landfills are available worldwide to ...

Landfill Technologies

by Hölscher Wasserbau GmbH     based in Haren, GERMANY

Hölscher Wasserbau has many years of experience in landfill technologies. Our portfolio of systems and services includes: Landfill gas collection. Landfill leachate collection and treatment. We provide personalized advice for your specific project and supply custom-engineered collection and remediation systems. We carry out all work in a ...

Tailor-made Solutions For Leachate

by GEL Hydrotechnology for Life     based in Castelfidardo, ITALY

Solid Urban Waste Landfills generate a process fluid in the volume of stored waste, called “Leachate”, due to infiltrations and leaching phenomena. Leachate contains a lot of polluting substances and it is characterized by high concentrations of: Organic substances (COD, TOC, BOD5). Nitrogen Compounds (Ammonia). Heavy Metals. Salinity ...

DMT BioSulfurex - Biological (Bio) Gas Desulphurisation

by DMT Environmental Technology     based in Joure (NL), NETHERLANDS

Standard system for removal of H2S out of biogas. Besides the Sulfurex DMT also offers the possibility of desulphurisation without using any chemicals at all: The BioSulfurex. This installation uses a biological system, requiring no (or in some cases minimal) chemicals or external utilities, for the removal of H2S from Biogas or landfill gas. The ...

Model PURE-RO/LTC - Domestic Landfills Plant

by PURECO Ltd.     based in Budapest, HUNGARY

Domestic waste, being placed on landfills, contain huge amount of bio- and chemical degradable organic materials. Treatment of leachate - arising from its moisture and rainfall - is difficult due to its unstable characteristics, high organic and ammonia content, but is essential to avoid huge environmental risks. Pureco provides turn-key, ...

Bayoxide - Model E33 - Arsenic Removal Media

by De Nora Water Technologies     based in Colmar, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The dry, crystalline granular Bayoxide® E33 media was designed with a high capacity for arsenic, providing long operating cycles and low operating costs. The media’s life expectancy is dependent on site-specific water quality and operating levels. Media is filled into the vessels from sacks by gravity or by hydraulic educting. The ...

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