Treating wastewater at the industry plant may result in great savings for companies
Industrial wastewater – especially from hospitals and the manufacturing industry – pose a threat to both human health and the environment if it is simply released into the sewerage system. This is due to its complex composition and the harmful substances it contains, which traditional biological treatment at the wastewater treatment plant cannot remove. Consequently, treatment of industrial wastewater at the industry plant is recommended in order to customise the treatment to the specific industrial pollutants, which typically occur in high concentrations in relatively small volumes of wastewater. With the required investment usually being low, this solution has a short payback time and additionally, the treated water can be recycled or reused internally in the production, resulting in both water savings and saved wastewater discharge fees.
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