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Logisticon has many years of experience in solving a wide range of water treatment issues. Click on the case studies below and discover the stories and experiences in the different projects.

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Drinking water assured during expansion drinking water station
A big utility company in Switzerland needed to modernize and expand its drinking water stations. During the demolition of the current infrastructure and the construction of the new station, a temporary installation had to be placed.
Fresh water shortage on Mallorca sustainably solved
On Mallorca, the golf course suffered from lack of fresh water due to salt intrusion for the irrigation of the grass. This could result in yellow greens.
Treatment of PFAS contaminated wastewater
A potential shutdown of the factory of a Dutch producer of special polymers arose, because the wastewater was polluted with PFAS. The wastewater could no longer be discharged.
Mobile water production during conversion and repair work on older plant
An outdated drinking water production plant needed to be renovated and modernized. During the work, a temporary facility with a capacity of 150-180 m3/h had to take over the drinking water production.
Treatment of wastewater with high chloride content with discharge limit ensures prevention of production loss
A Dutch food manufacturer focused on the production and processing of shrimp was confronted with high chloride content in their wastewater. Discharge limits were not reached due to these levels and the factory was threatened by downtime.
Process water production French steelmaker
A major French steel producer used an outdated and decentralized process water plant. This caused operational difficulties. Especially during bad weather the turbidity of the intake water (surface water) was too high.
Wastewater treatment during startup and scale-up of waste treatment plant
A French recycling company focused on processing and re-use of chlorinated hydrocarbons was confronted with high concentrations of TSS in the wastewater during start-up and scale-up of the new waste processing plant.
Iron, manganese and sulfate removal during ground water remediation at pharmaceutical site
In order to expand the production location of a Belgian pharmaceutical company, a remediation had to be carried out.
Wastewater reuse reduces pressure on English drinking water network
UK's biggest cheese manufacturer producing mature cheddar cheese faced a shortage of drinking water during dry periods for its cheese production. Herefore the need to re-use more wastewater arose.
Reuse of treated communal waste water
Water scarcity is becoming a more predominant issue in (North) Europe. Availability of fresh water to produce process water is stretched. A water production company in The Netherlands was looking for alternative resources.
900 m³/h drinking water production during maintenance and renovation work
The customer, a Swiss drinking water producer, produced drinking water from surface water through traditional filtration. The installation needed major refurbishment and repair works to ensure long-term production security.
COD reduction effluent ensures achievement of discharge limits and provides large cost savings
A German food producer (F&B) which produces plant-based foods, like cooking cream, had a waste water volume of 20,00 m3 per month, of which the content of contaminants (COD) was too high. This meant high discharge costs and a high risk of fines if discharg
Quick delivery of a mobile waste water treatment plant prevents shutdown
The plant of a large food producer (F&B) located in the London area focusing on refining and packaging plant-based oils was confronted with a major problem. The on-site partner for wastewater treatment did not renew his contract.
Removal of particles and heavy metals from waste water
A large chemical plant located in the port of Rotterdam that produces semi-finished products for plastics experienced problems due to the changed composition of the wastewater. This caused higher levels of TSS and heavy metals.
Removal of chlorinated hydrocarbons in remediation for construction of Copenhagen subway station
A construction company in Copenhagen had a problem during the construction of a new subway station. The groundwater was found to be contaminated with chlorinated hydrocarbons.
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