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  • What is Dissolved Air Flotation? - Dissolved air flotation (DAF) is a method of treating waste water which involves separating oils, grease and solids. When pollution is caused mostly by suspended or dissolved matter, we recommend the installation of a Dissolved Air Flotation separation system. DAF More
  • Important Aspects of Industrial Wastewater Plant Maintenance - 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. More
  • Important Factors Contributing to Efficient Oil Refinery Wastewater Treatment - Wastewater at oil refinery companies must be effectively treated before water can be released back into the environment or reused. Regulations in each council, state, and country are extremely strict. Oil refinery wastewater can be complex to treat as the More
  • Important Factors Contributing to Efficient Dairy Wastewater Treatment - Producing dairy products such as milk, cheese, butter, and yogurt produces wastewater that contains high levels of Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD). This must be reduced before discharging the water to effluent treatment plants or recycling. Key Factors Present in Dairy More
  • What are Gravity Separators and Their Contribution to Waste Water Treatment? - A gravity separator is a device that separates different components where separating the components with gravity is practical. Gravity separators, as the name suggests, use gravity as the primary force of enabling separation.
  • What are CPI Separators and What is Their Contribution to Waste Water Treatment? - Corrugated plate interceptor separators (CPI Separators) are machinery that is mostly used in the treatment of effluent water to separate oil or suspended solids from the water. They are commonly used by oil refining companies and are a highly safe More
  • Objectives and Evolution of Wastewater Treatment - Since early times sewerage and other waste have been dumped into waterways, with people relying on nature to break up the bacteria. Population growth and increased use of technology have resulted in a greater amount of wastewater, and advanced have More
  • Types of Waste Water Treatment - 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 More
  • Important Aspects of Industrial Wastewater Plant Maintenance - 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. More
  • Common Contaminants in Wastewater - 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 More