With more than 2000 electrolytic disinfection systems globally for oil and gas applications, De Nora understands the requirements that operators have to ensure they operate safely, effectively and as efficiently as possible.
In the marine market, ocean-going vessels and fresh water or inner coastal boats require water treatment technologies to meet drinking water, process water and wastewater requirements. Offshore oil and gas operations and ocean-going vessels generate sewage that can contain contaminants which have a detrimental effect on water quality and the overall marine environment. As a result, marine sewage treatment systems are required to lessen the environmental impact. The MEPC.227(64) effluent standards, adopted by the...
Kurita develops products and solutions for the waste water treatment to improve the water quality and respect the legislation and the environment. Due to increased environmental sensitivity and today’s legislative restrictions, most industrial plants which use water already have wastewater treatment plants. The different Kurita Technologies carefully adapts to the needs of each plant through the optimization and improving the water quality and reducing your operating costs. Improve the water reuse in your...
The food we grow and eat can be sources of disease. While most of these diseases are associated with animal protein, even fruits and vegetables can be a source of disease due to infection from contaminated water. The use of chlorine dioxide increases sanitation and disinfection and, in the case of food and produce, offers the added benefit of not leaving residue.
• Preparation and maintenance support of documentation for obtaining a Special Water Use Permit*, which is issued by the Departments of Ecology and Natural Resources of the regional state administrations of Ukraine;
• Calculation of individual current standards (technological, balance sheet standards) of water consumption;
• Help in execution of state statistical reporting forms: 7-gr (groundwater) and 2-TP (water industry);
• Development of project of standards for maximum permissible discharges (MPD) of pollutant...
Research facilities come in all shapes and sizes, and are located in some of the most isolated areas of the planet. Our mobile sewage treatment system is capable of providing high quality treatment, even in sub-zero or extremely hot temperatures.
MICROCAT microbial formulations from Bioscience, Inc., are blends of specialized, naturally occurring microbes and other ingredients that work together to solve the most common, damaging problems inherent to municipal wastewater plants. By augmenting existing microbial populations, MICROCAT products naturally aid in stabilizing municipal sewage treatment and collection systems, enhancing their ability to break down difficult-to-degrade wastes and handle highly variable waste treatment conditions.
The removal of contaminants from untreated water has become a leading issue, due to environmental concerns and the threat of future water shortage. An effective purification process is necessary to eliminate organic, chemical or other debris to meet stringent regulations for drinking water, as well as for the chemical, industrial, pharmaceutical and science markets.
Resort communities can be located in a variety of climates, from tropical to sub-arctic. When guests are paying a premium to enjoy your resort, you need a reliable and highly efficient sewage treatment system to ensure guest satisfaction.
AQQA® is used in domestic wastewater treatment to: act as barrier for bacteria and virus in membrane bio reactors (directly inserted into the mixed liquor). constitute the final filtration of the effluent of standard sewage treatment plants (tertiary treatment). supply hygienically safe water for reuse, e.g. irrigation of public places and crops. The treated water complies with the German Norm DIN 19650, EK2, reused water for the irrigation of crops for raw consumption. It also exceeds the standards according...
The Glen Walter Sewage Collection System was built to service 1080 customers in 1989. At the time the population was 850 but by 1995 the sewage treatment plant had already reached capacity. Shawn Killoran took over the Operations Manger position in 1999 and, along with the Mayor and Council, he immediately had concerns about the excess flow.
Stricter limits, obligation to recycle phosphorus, rising waste disposal costs due to capacity bottlenecks: The recycling of sewage sludge is becoming increasingly sophisticated. We support you with our leading-edge carbonisation technology: With a PYREG system, the dried sewage sludge is carbonised, hygienised and completely recycled into a phosphorus fertiliser substrate approved throughout Europe. The technology has already proven its worth at three wastewater treatment plants in Germany and the USA, but is...
NOMADIC™ mobile sewage treatment systems are fully customizable, pre-plumbed, pre-wired and ready to be deployed in any off-the-grid location. The versatility of our systems allows them to be shipped using any method necessary to access your remote location. We do not limit ourselves by focusing on one specific application, we believe our technology can be used anywhere in the world where people require environmentally friendly sewage treatment.
Using Oxygen to Solve Waste Water Problems
Lack of oxygen can cause inadequate purification or even anaerobic decomposition, as well as offensive odors. Injecting oxygen into sludge beds &/or piping allows you to:
* Reduce nitrogen levels
* Meet peak O2 demands
* Have a back up to your aeration system
* Pre-purify waste water
* Control odors
* Deter corrosion damage
* Meet increased requirements regarding waste water purification
Using chemicals to disinfect post treatment of sewage may lead to off specification discharge on pH or other chemical elements. Storage and handling of large quantities of chemicals are also hazardous for operation. UV disinfection after sewage treatment after the biological system is simple and cost effective.
Sulfide Odor Control
Sulfide is found throughout the environment as a result of both natural and industrial processes. Most sulfide found in nature was produced biologically (under anaerobic conditions) and occurs as free hydrogen sulfide (H2S) - characterized by its rotten egg odor. We are most likely to encounter biogenic H2S in sour groundwaters, swamps and marshes, natural gas deposits, and sewage collection/treatment systems. Manmade sources of H2S typically occur as a result of natural materials containing...