For the treatment of aqueous wastes, you can and must use various wastewater treatment systems. Every system is subject to a specific procedure - that is why different systems and therefore different wastewater treatment methods - are combined to an installation that meets the given requirements. Ultramodern and fine-tuned technology enables the perfect coordination of procedures for optimum treatment of various industrial waste waters. Our plant engineering department has developed systems that enable a customized combination of individual wastewater treatment processes. Find more detailed descriptions of the various procedures and modes of action of the wastewater treatment processes:
A solution for all industrial sectors - but not the same solution everywhere. Industrial effluents are produced in all sorts of sectors. Every industry generates an individual wastewater load, depending on what is being produced. You have to know the characteristics of this "fingerprint" to treat contaminated industrial wastewater as ecologically and economically as possible. In addition, you have to be able to tailor your services and systems exactly to the customers' needs. Our extensive knowledge acquired over two generations shows our expertise and quality. Learn more by downloading our application examples.
Industrial wastewater treatment is regulated by law in many areas. However, using efficient treatment systems does make sense in any case where legal regulations are lacking or where process waters are reused on a voluntary basis. There are different systems for improving process water quality, which work in different ways, for every industrial or commercial application. Where purely physical methods are not sufficient or cannot be used in a sensible manner, thermal or physical-chemical methods can be used as alternatives.The suitable method for treating an industrial waste water depends, in each case, on the type and the extent of the pollution as well as on the ambient conditions.
In many production areas in the chemical and technical industry, enormous amounts of water are produced which can be a hazard to humans and the environment, as they can be heavily contaminated. Where efficient production processes cannot avoid the accumulation of significant amounts of wastewater, an effective and cost-efficient solution for the separation and treatment of used water is required. In order to minimize the hazards for employees, uninvolved parties and the environment, the most modern procedures should be used. Progress and developments in the field of industrial waste water treatment are illustrated by our lectures and publications.