Cut your wastewater costs
Most industrial processes use water, and many of them use significant amounts of it. Many types of factory activities such as plant cleaning, material conveying, bottling, and product washing create wastewater.
For many industrial facilities this can lead to a tremendous amount of wastewater that needs to be treated before it can be sent to a sewer system, land applied, or discharged into waterways. Wastewater from industrial processing often requires on-site treatment before it can be discharged to prevent or reduce sewer surcharge fees.
The type of industry and specific operational practices determine what types of wastewater is generated and what type of treatment is required. Reducing solids such as waste product, organic materials, and sand is often a goal of industrial wastewater treatment. Some common ways to reduce solids include primary sedimentation (clarification), Dissolved Air Flotation or (DAF), belt filtration, and screening.
Industrial wastewater processing is a critical operational factor for a broad spectrum of industries; even with the strictest water efficiency measures in place and all efforts made to recycle it, wastewater is inevitable. There are multiple ways of dealing with that wastewater, however, and the treatment choices that businesses make can seriously affect their bottom line.
Improved wastewater treatment could save you money. Schedule a consultation with our experts to find out how.
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