There are many ways to treat industrial wastewater. The contaminants are reduced or eliminated with high-grade equipment so that the remaining effluents, or sludge, can be safely disposed of.The wastewater is reduced in quantity and made safe to reuse or recycle back into the environment through our waterways.
Here are some of the more common wastewater treatment types. More than one treatment method may be necessary, depending on the type of wastewater and the industry that produced it.
Corrugated plate interceptor separators (CPI Separators) are machinery that is mostly used is an effluent treatment to separate oil or suspended solids from the water. They are commonly used by oil refining companies and are a highly safe and efficient method of removing oil from water.
In the treatment of oily water, plate packs are used in the CPI separators to improve the economy and size of the separation system.
Maintaining your industrial wastewater treatment equipment is important for optimum production in your business. Properly maintained equipment will function accurately and efficiently, there will be minimal staff disruption and downtime, and your business will run more smoothly as a result.
Ensure All Equipment is Well Calibrated
Valve and instrument calibration is vital to ensure that your equipment is accurate and reliable. This is essential for monitoring, supervising and controlling your industrial processes correctly. Our valve and calibration servicing department will ensure that your equipment is optimally calibrated so that your industrial wastewater treatment equipment will work at maximum capacity.
Regularly servicing your equipment will ensure that there is no unplanned downtime due to equipment failures. It is advisable to organise regular servicedatesfor all of your wastewater plant equipment. This will increase the life time of your equipment as well as help to avoid disruptions in your work flow and...
Wastewater is water that has been previously used. It often contains contaminants, depending on what is was used for.
Wastewater is either:
Domestic or sanitary:This comes from residences from sinks, showers and baths, toilets and laundries. It can contain body waste or detergents and residual body oils.
Industrial: This is discharged by commercial businesses and manufacturing procedures.
Industrial Contaminants Contributing to Wastewater
Many industries produce wastewater which contains residual acids, plating metals, and toxic chemicals.
The type of contaminants varies between industries. Below is a breakdown of some of the more common industries and their contaminants or pollutants.
Textiles and leather
Sulfates, chromium, BOD, and solids
Pulp and paper
Chlorinated organic compounds, BOD, COD and solids
Iron and steel
BOD, COD, oil, metals, acids, phenols, and cyanide
Petrochemicals and refineries
BOD, COD, mineral oils, chromium and phenols
COD, heavy metals, organic chemicals, cyanide, and SS