Wastewater Treatment

Wastewater Treatment

Wastewater Treatment

BIOWASTE wastewater treatment plants are fully equipped for real-time remote monitoring of the main process parameters in real time. They can be completely automated and remotely controlled allowing a real-time response and optimized savings at operating costs.

Our experience includes the following treatment processes:

  • Physico-chemical treatment
  • Aerobic biological treatment
  • Removal of nutrients
  • Anaerobic biological solutions
  • Wastewater reuse
  • Dissolved air flotation (DAF)
  • Aeration and mixing solutions
  • Nitrification-denitrification
  • Disinfection
  • Sludge treatment
  • Zero discharge
  • Membranes
  • Evaporation

Wastewater Treatment

Wastewater Removal Process

Waste water treatment is nothing more than the process of removing contaminants from urban or industrial waste water, or an effluent that has been contaminated by organic and/or inorganic pollutants.
Waste water cannot be released in natural environment sources such as soil, sea, rivers or lakes because they are not able to exceed their self-purifying capacity.
Urban sewage treatment consists of a series of processes during which unwanted substances are removed from the wastewater. They are concentrated into form of sludge resulting in a final effluent of a quality that is compatible with the self-purifying capacity of the receiving body (land, lake, river or sea by submarine pipeline or on the shoreline) chosen for the spill, without it being damaged (for example from the point of view of the related ecosystem).
The purification cycle consists of a combination of multiple chemical, physical and biological processes. The sludge from the purification cycle is often contaminated with toxic substances and therefore they must also undergo a series of treatments necessary to make them suitable for disposal, for example in special landfills or for reuse in agriculture as such or after composting.