Industrial and sewage / Biofuels
Our industrial sewage treatment plants are supplied to various industries. Specifically for food, automotive, textile, paper / pulp and cellulose, chemical as well as pharmaceutical industry. In addition, we provide sewage treatment plants for the processing of ores and animal waste (rendering plants).
In order to purify concentrated industrial waste water, we successfully apply a solution for anaerobic purification where we also use technology producing significant quantities of biogas. Thanks to this, your WWTP can produce electric or thermal energy. In addition, we can help you with the efficient cleaning of wastewater with high nitrogen, phosphorus or sulfur content.
In order to improve the quality and efficiency of our employees' work, two-day training was organized on working with Microsoft Excel, led by a professional trainer. Many employees commended the level, flexibility and practicality of the course. In the near future, we expect another identical training for employees who did not attend the first course.
Slowly we are getting to the point of assembling the technology of one of our freshest projects in the Russian Federation. Our company´s venue in Vinosady, Slovakia is full of finished or under-construction tanks, electrical switchboards and even imported machinery. Everything is being prepared for export and a long way to the east.
The main objective of the wastewater treatment plant at the factory for the production of baking additives, confectionery, dairy products and others was to solve the deficient dewatering of excess sludge originating in the flotation unit and in the biological system. After our visit the dewatered sludge was not liquid but had a consistency of a paste. The quality of centrifuged water on the centrifuge - fugate has also improved.
Hydrotech specialists guarantee high quality solutions to all kinds of clients across several industries.
Starting with design through construction to completition we have been able to deliver more than 700 wastewater treatment plants across Europe, Asia, Africa and Caribbean.