Industrial and sewage / Biofuels
We provide our clients with mechanical and biological waste water treatment plants within a wide range of capacities that can be fully adapted to their requirements. Depending on the size and location of the WWTP, we offer sewage treatment in concrete, steel and plastic tanks as well as compact (container) WWTPs.
The advantages of our WWTPs are, above all, minimal space requirements, appropriate integration into the existing environment, as well as the possibility to choose between a covered and an underground object. Do not worry about unwanted smell, harmful emissions or noise.
We are expecting to install our freshest waste water treatment plant (WWTP) in Russian Federation. The Hydrotech´s area in Vinosady, Slovakia is full of finished or still in process of manufacturing tanks, electrical switchboards or even imported machines. Everything is slowly prepared for shipping and far a long way to the east.
Two-day training with program Microsoft Excel for our employees was organized to improve their work quality and effectivity. The professional trained us to work fast and comfortably. Many colleagues praised the level, practicality and flexibility of the course. In the near future, there will be another identical training for that people who did not attend the previous one.
The main purpose of our visit was to solve insufficient dewatering of surplus sludge creating in biological process and in the Dissolved air flotation unit. That was the most important issue for costumer´s waste water treatment plant dealing with waters from the production of ingredients for the bakery, confectionery, ice-cream and catering industries. After all, dewatered sludge was not liquid but it was in the paste consistency. The quality of supernatant after centrifuge was 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.