Industrial Wastewater Treatment
In a batch treatment system, a volume of wastewater is gathered, treated by chemical / physical / biological means, and discharged. Storage Tanks accumulate waste often segregated as acid, alkaline, cyanide and hexavalent chrome-bearing which is transferred to a single cone-bottom Treatment Tank that’s from less than 1,000 up to 10,000-gallons depending upon the volume of waste per day and the number of daily treatments wanted. System components include at a minimum a mixer for vigorous solution agitation; level & pH/ORP sensors to monitor the process; electric metering or air diaphragm pumps (depending upon the required volume) to add treatment chemicals; and flow control valves for influent, effluent, and sludge.
Water Innovations specializes in ion exchange (IX) systems for rinse recycling & deionized (DI) water. Our batch wastewater treatment systems complement our IX systems to treat regeneration waste and also process waste baths. Designed for heavy-metals, O&G, BOD, and a wide variety of other wastewaters from many industrial metal finishing applications. Our expert understanding of waste treatment chemicals ensures a well-designed and operating system.