Waste water treatment with flotation, cleaning, chemical storage and cooling

For a client in the food industry, Logisticon Water Treatment has been able to replace their outdated wastewater treatment plant (WWTP). The old installation was demolished and a completely new installation built at the same location. During the demolition and new construction, a temporary mobile rental WWTP was used, supplied by Logisticon Mobile Rental Solutions. This allowed clients production in the factory to continue unhindered throughout the entire conversion period. The entire project (from design to start-up of the new installation) was completed rapidly and without any problems within 8 months.

The fat-rich waste water is clarified in the new WWTP with a nominal capacity of 20 m3/h and a maximum capacity of 32 m3/h. The heart of the installation is the flotation unit. Small air bubbles are introduced into the waste water, which attach themselves to the pollution and thus rise in the water column. The floating layer is removed from the surface of the water with an skimming device. The installation also consists of a new supply system with mixed buffer, a neutralization tank and a redundant cooling system with automatic cleaning in place (CIP) for the plate heat exchangers. In addition, the chemical dosage has also been completely renewed. The chemical storage and dosing now meets the latest safety and environmental BRL K904 standards.

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Dunea is looking for new drinking water sources because their current system, consisting of two river water sources (Maas and Lek) with 80 km of pipelines towards the dunes, is becoming increasingly vulnerable. Pollution is lurking and prolonged dry periods mean there is little river water available for drinking water purposes. Besides, the long pipelines have to be removed increasingly to accommodate other plans, which makes them temporarily unavailable.

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