Water Treatment Sydney
The water you use in your residences, schools, companies, and industries is wastewater, and it enters buildings through drains from sinks, baths, showers, laundries, toilets, and other drains. It’s made up entirely of water, and the remaining 1% is made up of substances you’ve mixed with water as you’ve utilised it.
We treat the water at our treatment plants before discharging or reusing it in our water treatment facility in Sydney. We abide by the guidelines, including monitoring releases’ impact on water quality and sea species.
What are the different levels of wastewater treatment?
Getting rid of or dissolving what chemicals you have added to the industrial water that leaves your industry is the goal of wastewater treatment. At BioChem Water treatment plants, we use a variety of processes to remove contaminants from wastewater. The type of treatment required is determined by:
- the position of the plant, such as the wastewater discharges,
- where the treated water will be disposed or reusable
- the characteristics of the plant’s catchment
The treatment includes:
Screens, sedimentation, and grit removal are all part of our primary treatment. The following are the most common treatment options:
- removing the paper, cotton tips, and plastic from wastewater by filtering it via fine screens
- Aerated grit tanks with grit and sand that has settled at the base
- removing solids that have resided at the base of sedimentation tanks
- Top of tanks that has grease and oil
Nutrients (phosphorus and nitrogen) and carbonaceous organic material are removed from wastewater during the secondary treatment procedure. Converting soluble degradable organic material into biomass is part of this process.
Filtering, disinfecting, and preparing wastewater for recycling are part of our tertiary treatment.
BioChem Water, your reliable water treatment Sydney company, will help you with a plan to treat your industrial waste water. Contact us now.