INDUSTRIAL PROCESS or WASTEWATER TREATMENT
The supply of fresh water is essential to many industries. Important quantities are required for the cooling of product and equipment, for process needs, for boiler feed and for sanitary and potable water.
A substantial quantity of this water is reused. Because of its solvent property, water may contain many impurities. These are source of potential trouble. Industrial process water treatment becomes then a necessity. It is mainly based on physico-chemical methods.
When water is contaminated after been used and that it can not more been used by other users or exceeds the natural assimilative capacity of the receiving stream, it is termed "wastewater".
Industrial wastewater treatment becomes then a necessity. It is mainly based on physico-chemical methods, but biological methods are also frequently used in combination with the others.
Our references show our large experience in industrial water treatment, there where the complexity of the plants is the highest.
Each case needs a particular study and the knowledge of the many means of treatment. New methods must also by investigated.
If in your scope of needed services, you wish to include buying, installing and starting-up of the equipment (with or without preliminary studies), HYDRO-TECHNOLOGY s.a. will be your partner. As "general contractor" we will then design and drawn your complete plant, and locally work with subcontractors for the erection of buildings and basins, for the mounting of mechanical and electrical equipment. Start-up will be done by our own engineers.
If you wish only conception and study of the plant by a specialist in water treatment, HYDRO-ENGINEERING s.a. will be your partner. We will then design and drawn the complete plant, describe all needed mechanical and electrical equipment, so that you can work with subcontractors for the erection of buildings and basins, for the mounting of mechanical and electrical equipment. Start-up can be supervised by our engineers.
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