A well-designed wastewater plant starts with your effluent requirements and an energy-efficient biological process. WesTech has multiple biological process options to match your application and preference. From trickling filters to oxidation ditches, WesTech`s biological process equipment will give you the effluent quality you need and the foundation for a successful wastewater plant.
Water is required in almost every step of the production process of pulp and paper. The wastewater streams vary greatly in concentration and composition (e.g. COD, BOD, suspended solids, wood extractives, sulphur, pH). Due to stricter rules and regulations with regard to fresh water intake and wastewater discharge, efficient water management has become essential to the industry.
Structured packings for biological processes. With the biological elimination of odors, a better efficiency can be achieved with less effort and less use of chemical agents than in a purely chemical-oxidative process.
The first use of activated carbon for water treatment dates back to more than 2000 years ago when the product was used in char form. Powdered Activated Carbon (PAC) became commercialized during the 20th century for water treatment to remove taste and odor contaminants. Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) came into use after World War II.
Fine filtration is essential to help maintain water quality when pumping out source water directly to fish tanks or in recirculating or closed loop systems in commercial aquaculture systems. Recirculating water systems are very common and used to minimize or reduce dependence on water exchange and flushing in fish culture units.
Metal industry including Metal preparation and processing, galvanizing, electroplating, metal coloring, zinc plating, watering-hardening, conductive plate manufacturing, battery manufacturing, metal grinding and grinding facilities, metal polishing and varnishing plants, lacquer-painting, ferrous and nonferrous foundry and metal forming industry and such the industries within its body provides with service in higher capacity.
BioGill bioreactors are ideal for the biological stage of treating wastewater. The technology is suited to low-medium/ high strength wastewater from breweries, wineries, commercial kitchens, soft drink and confectionery producers, dairies, bakeries and canneries, as well as fruit, vegetable and meat processors.
BioGill systems offer an ideal technology to supplement under-performing systems or as a complete substitute for the biological treatment in decentralized municipal sewage systems. BioGill technology can increase the efficiency and durability of a sewage treatment process. Compact and modular in design, BioGill units can fit tight spaces and are easy to scale when volumes increase.