The main purpose of a WWTP is to prevent pollution. They transform soluble matter to solids and separate solids from water. They must deal with excessive overloading from many different kinds of pollutants; because of this results don’t always meet desired standards.
Your plant may not work to full capacity or it is expected to do more than it was designed to do. This can result in problems associated with; sludge, energy, chemical and labour.
WWTPs are expected to perform under difficult circumstances. These systems are struggling to keep up with today’s strict environmental demands and industry needs.
The aim of a WWTP is to produce clean water that meets the set limits for BOD, SS, P, N and FOG, etc at the lowest cost possible.
NCH Waste Water offers a range of solutions to tackle all of your WWTP needs. Let NCH Waste Water match the right solution to your needs; speak to one of our highly trained sales representatives today.