Jiarong has applied its high concentrate technology to help LIER Chemical to reduce wastewater discharge from its original wastewater treatment system and improved the discharge water quality by introducing membrane technology to ensure its stable complia
Various processes onboard ships, such as machinery wash-down, maintenance, and leakage, generate oily wastewater. This contaminated water flow collects in the bilge of the ship. Marine diesel, lubricating oils, grease, as well as other contaminants may be present in bilge water. The bilge water is discharged overboard, with oil and grease concentrations in the discharged water limited by national and international regulations.
Shenyang Daxing Landfill Leachate Treatment project has dealt with more than one million tons of accumulated leachate, achieved stable discharge of produced water, which is the benchmark project in the domestic leachate treatment industry.
Waste water is one of the most important environments to monitor. Increasingly strict regulations require cleaner waste water discharges into both watercourses and sewer systems. Monitoring waste water before discharge allows you to detect any potential pollutants and trigger re-treatment, so that these can be removed. Aquaread designs and manufactures a range of water testing equipment that is ideal for various environments and deployments.
Pharmaceutical companies today are operating in a challenging environment. Pharmaceutical wastewater treatment management is increasingly becoming critical to the entire operations of a pharmaceutical manufacturer. These companies are facing challenges of water scarcity requiring them to look more closely at employing pharmaceutical wastewater reuse strategies for cost management. In addition, companies in this industry are faced with tighter regulatory water discharge limits.
The economic advantage of continuous discharge could only be achieved at this location by meeting strict discharge limits for the level of hydrocarbons present in the discharged water. Local ordinances required continuous monitoring for continuous discharge of the company’s treated wastewater.
A Greyline AVFM Area-Velocity Flow Meter monitors and data logs water discharged from the Bray Quarry to the South Raisin River. The Quarry is required to measure flow for environmental permit compliance.
OceanAlpha’s autonomous hydrographic surveying boat has been applied to the mining industry for tailing dam ponds and tailing storage facilities (TSFs) and has been utilized in more common applications such as lakes, rivers, reservoirs and oceans. Set up the survey way-points and the boat will automatically begin surveying and acquiring online bathymetric data using its built-in GPS navigation system. USV surveying technology has been proven to be a great alternative to replace traditional manned surveying...
A plant located in the eastern United States manufactures phenolic resin for applications in plastics molding. This plant uses well water for cooling its reaction process and then discharges the water into a local creek.
Sustainable Technologies for Treating Produced Water for Reuse or Deep Well Injection. Oil and gas exploration and production are highly complex and capital-intensive processes. Producers face many challenges, including the constraints of climate, environment, and geography. As companies extract oil and gas in areas that at one time were considered unpromising, water plays an ever more essential role.
With over twenty five years of industry experience, atg UV Technology are market leaders with a state-of-the-art UV product range, which provides the pharmaceutical industry with advanced technology solutions for a variety of applications worldwide. Specially designed and developed for the pharmaceutical industry, atg UV`s breakthrough chamber design eliminates all crevices and unnecessary fittings, maintaining the integrity of the system. Our leading UV technology is used in a number of key areas, including...
Sustainable Solutions for Future Water Challenges. Rising population levels and more groundwater sources becoming polluted have resulted in clean water becoming increasingly scarce in many countries around the world. As governments and municipal bodies turn to alternative sources of water, such as seawater, brackish water and groundwater, they require cost effective technologies to produce potable water while managing waste water discharge for smart, sustainable water management.
As most tropical countries face unpredictable rain falls, building sites have to be managed differently. In Singapore an effective Erosion Control Measure (ECM) was required at a building site, in order to treat the storm water before discharging it to the public drain.
Only accurately selected and purified bentonites can be employed in paper production, in order to ensure the best performance. There are different bentonites for different production processes. The main features of these bentonites are: high cationic exchange capacity, antipitch function to avoid lumps, and suspension capability. The beneficial effects of bentonite on production quality, printing, discharge waters, and, in general, from an economic point of view, should not be underestimated.
Fresh water is increasingly expensive and the pressure grows on the available water supplies as the world population grows and the climate changes. Alternatives for the water balance in factories are eagerly sought after. Besides the higher costs for fresh water, the costs for discharging water go up as well. Reusing wastewater kills two birds with one stone: it reduces fresh water intake and the discharge of wastewater.