Wastewater Treatment Plants for industry

At present, cleaning of industrial wastewater is an absolute necessity. Wastewater outgoing from industrial facilities can influence a great deal the quality of underground water and water streams. Therefore, an increasing number of institutions and industrial companies with responsible attitudes to the environment pay proper attention to this problem. In our offer you can find specialised wastewater treatment plants intended for thorough cleaning of industrial wastewater or prevention wastewater contamination.
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Automotive Industry

The technology for treating the industrial wastewater produced in the automotive industry makes it possible to separate out the aqueous paint, adhesives, and cutting emulsions released during the production process. The principle of industrial wastewater treatment consists in chemical stabilization, precipitation, and sedimentation, with subsequent filtration and dewatering in a filter press.

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Woodworking Industry

The industrial wastewater treatment technology is able to remove aqueous paint as well as starch adhesives from the polluted industrial wastewater produced in the woodworking industry. The treatment technology can be used both for mixed wastewater (wastewater containing paint and adhesives) and for wastewater polluted by only residual paint or adhesives. The treatment principle consists in chemical stabilization, precipitation, and sedimentation, with subsequent filtration and dewatering in a filter press.

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Furniture Industry

The technology for the treatment of the industrial wastewater produced in the furniture industry is able to separate aqueous paint as well as starch adhesives from the polluted industrial wastewater coming from the industrial process. The treatment technology can be used both for mixed wastewater (wastewater containing paint and adhesives) and for wastewater polluted by only residual paint or adhesives.

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Paper-making Industry

The technology for treating the industrial wastewater produced in the paper-making industry is able to separate aqueous paint as well as starch adhesives from the polluted industrial wastewater coming from the industrial process. The treatment principle consists in chemical stabilization, precipitation, and sedimentation, with subsequent filtration and dewatering in a filter press. For the separation of polluted wastewater, technology can be used for water containing adhesives and paint separately or together.

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Food-processing Industry

Technology (flotation unit) marketed under the AS-FLOT (flotation) trade name can be used to treat wastewater from the food-processing industry. The AS-FLOT (flotation) technology can be employed for the treatment of wastewater from the meat-processing industry, slaughterhouses, dairies, cheese plants, breweries, and plants processing vegetable oil and animal fat.

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Construction Industry

The treatment technology for wastewater produced by the construction industry enables the separation of aqueous paint, pigments, binders, mechanical particles (sand), and dispersion water-soluble adhesives. The treatment principle consists in chemical stabilization, precipitation, and sedimentation, with subsequent filtration and dewatering in a filter press.

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Engineering Industry

The technology for the treatment of industrial wastewater from the engineering industry makes it possible to separate cutting emulsions, colour pigments, soldering paste and degreasing agents from the polluted wastewater coming from the industrial process. The treatment principle consists in chemical stabilization, precipitation, and sedimentation or flotation, with subsequent filtration and dewatering in a filter press.

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Printing Industry

The technology for the treatment of industrial wastewater produced in the printing industry is able to separate aqueous ink from the polluted industrial wastewater coming from the industrial process. The treatment principle consists in chemical stabilization, precipitation, and sedimentation, with subsequent filtration and dewatering in a filter press.

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Textile Industry

The technology for treatment of industrial wastewater produced in the textile industry is able to separate aqueous dyes, bleaching agents, and mechanical particles from the polluted industrial wastewater coming from the industrial process. The treatment principle consists in chemical stabilization, precipitation, and sedimentation or flotation, with subsequent filtration and dewatering in a filter press.

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Laundries

The technology for the treatment of wastewater from laundries makes it possible to separate dirt, residual pollution by mechanical particles, bleaching agents, and tensides from the polluted industrial wastewater. The treatment principle consists in chemical stabilization, precipitation, and sedimentation or flotation, with subsequent filtration and dewatering in a filter press.

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Landfill wastewater

Landfill wastewater is generated as rainwater percolates through the landfill body. Depending on different kinds of landfilled waste, such leachate contains various types and concentrations of con-taminants.

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Proportional Chemical Dosing System

The proportional dosing system is designed for the dosing of chemicals (e.g., flocculants during the simultaneous precipitation of phosphates in wastewater) in plants that confront the issue of a variable water level depending on the incoming quantity of water. The system can also be installed in existing plants.

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