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.
A traditional sport and grill afternoon took place on 25th of April 2019. This event started with a favourite game Kubb initiated by one experienced player – our colleague Lenka Silhankova. After that, we were shooting an air rifle and finally we have enjoyed perfectly prepared meat and cold beer. These events always contribute to an informal atmosphere and debates among people. Moreover, our colleagues from Prague also joined us. We are looking forward to next grill afternoon.
Treatment tests of concentrated waste material from dairy factory are currently being run in our laboratory. Process advantages are as follow: biogas production, transformation and reducing of problematic waste. We do recommend this material as a co-substrate for bigger biogas stations.
Because of a new project in Slovakia our technologists and designers are busy these days. This new factory will produce several kinds of bakery products. Therefore, when you enjoy a croissant next time, be aware that perhaps Hydrotech also participated in its production.
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.