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  • Recycling Of Effluent Using Ro

    Zero Discharge” is where every industry wants to be these days. No treated effluent discharged to the ground. The two main systems required to achieve this are 1. REVERSE OSMOSIS  2. EVAPORATOR, Almost all major industries these days have effluent treatment plants. As we have indicated earlier, most of them will be in need of Phase III ...

    By Enviro Energy Systems based in Vananthurai, INDIA.

  • Digestate Treatment Services

    The final digestate contains a considerable amount of water mixed with fibers and nutrients. This can serve as an excellent fertilizer, but if direct use on fields is not allowed, the nutrients need to be dewatered. Optimized dewatering results will also improve reject water quality. This enables easier and more reliable nitrogen removal and water ...

    By Kemira Water Solutions, Inc. based in Atlanta, GEORGIA (US) (USA). from Digestate Treatment Services Service line

  • Micro- / Ultrafiltration

    Seperation Of Emulsions (I.E. Oil/Water). Rejection Of Suspended Particles And Colloids. Concentration Of Bio Masses (I.E. Milk Products). Waste Water Treatment (I.E. Rinsing Water). Pretreatment For Following Process Steps.

    By Beroplan GmbH Membran- und Prozesstechnik based in St. Ingbert, GERMANY. from Micro- / Ultrafiltration Service line

  • Reverse Osmosis

    Reverse osmosis is a separative process allowing the extraction of pure water from a salt solution by diffusion through a thick film membrane. A pretreatment is necessary to avoid fouling phenomena due to suspended solids or chemical scaling. That pretreatment includes two stages: fine filtration and softening or chemical treatment of the water to ...

    By HYTEC INDUSTRIE based in CERGY PONTOISE CEDEX, FRANCE.

  • Rehabilitation

    The Everglades City Advanced Domestic Wastewater Treatment Facility has a permitted capacity of 0.200 mgd and annual daily average flow equals 0.160 mgd. The major treatment process components consist of influent screening, flow equalization, aeration, secondary clarification, chemical feed, aerobic sludge digestion, sludge drying beds, an end ...

    By U.S. Water Services Corporation based in New Port Richey, FLORIDA (USA).

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