Industrial and sewage / Biofuels
Deteriorated cleaning efficiency, few dysfunctional parts, or insufficient capacity of your wastewater treatment plant may not be the reason why you need to set up a brand new WWTP. Many existing wastewater treatment plants which can no longer perform at 100% can continue to function without difficulties if you let them refresh or intensify over time.
Our effort is to apply the latest knowledge of science, scientific and technological development in all projects of reconstruction and intensification of existing WWTPs so that all the capacities of an existing WWTP are used as economically as possible. In addition, Hydrotech is able to provide the reconstruction or intensification of existing WWTPs in full operation so you will not have to interrupt or limit production.
The waste water treatment plant for a customer producing fresh processed meat, smoked products and specialties and delicatessen products of cold and hot cuisine is being completed these days. It is a smaller work and its primary goal is to pre-treat wastewater to such parameters that water could flow into the public sewer and further to the municipal wastewater treatment plant. The technology is composed of four parts - mechanical pre-treatment, balancing of irregularity in quality and quantity in a balancing tank, flotation, where the largest amount of pollution is removed in the form of sludge and the last stage is sludge treatment.
A project for a Czech wine producer was completed last month. It was the installation of a new highly loaded anaerobic reactor and a subsequent aerobic stage, which are protected at the inlet by mechanical pre-treatment. Wastewater production is on average equal to a town with 20,000 inhabitants. A great advantage of this type of treatment is the production of biogas from pollution. The assembly had been already completed, several tanks of granulated anaerobic sludge have been brought in from various sources and the treatment plant is starting its active operation. The treated waste water is discharged into the city sewer and it continues for further processing into a municipal waste water treatment plant.
In the last few days, necessary things are being prepared for pilot plant testing of wastewater from bioethanol production. Testing will take place over several weeks. The goal is to verify the possibility of wastewater processing in anaerobic conditions, in which energy-rich biogas would be produced from the wastewater. Necessary tanks, their connections, necessary chemicals for analysis and other equipment are currently being prepared. All equipment will be sent to the customer, where our process engineers will run the pilot experiment.
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