Maintenance and integral management of water treatment plants.
Audits. Waste water treatment plant reforms and extensions.
Analytical controls in an Authorized laboratory
WATER and energy are strongly linked. Water demanded to produce energy is growing and a important part of the produced energy is used in water treatment technologies.
Today, energy consumption is especially significant due mainly to the continuing increase in the price of energy. To offset the increased costs, the best solution is to consume less energy per m3 treated.
To this end, the R & D research and integrates the best technologies and systems to improve performance and reduce energy costs without compromising the quality of the effluent treatment.
Our research department works to look for technologies and systems with better consumptions and yields, in order to reduce energetical costs and to get better quality of treated water
We propose an intervention in the most energy-intensive processes in a IWWTP: pumps, biological reactors and sludge lines...
SOIL WATER provides solutions to implement these technologies and new operational methods of plants (Strategies of exploitation)
It is common practice in the management of these types of facilities, to have a plan of action for blockages, rain or breakdowns. Often this effort monopolizes the work of the technician responsible, to the point that the technician does not deliberate on alternatives to the control, the origin of the design, the selection of pumps or energy optimization. Issues that after an initial adjustment stage, could not only save energy costs but also working hours, maintenance and management problems.
The aerobic biological reactor constitutes the main part of a wastewater treatment plant with activated sludge technology.
In turn, it is the major consumer of energy; 40 to 60% of the whole plant.
Efficiency technologies may be included to adjust the consumption to the flow rate and the quality of the water being treated in each moment. In addition, an optimum design of the aeration tank can help reduce consumption.
The energy efficiency of this system depends on the combination of the best operational chain options: "air supply - distribution system - control system"
The amount of sludge processed in wastewater treatment plants, coupled with the rising energy costs associated to the equipment used, makes sludge treatment one of the stages that most elevates the global operating costs of this type of facilities
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