Studies and implementation
Studies and implementation of projects of water treatment plants both natural and residual and process, their reuse and management of their sludge.
The process begins with the detailed analysis of the need to be met, taking into account environmental aspects and impacts and life cycle analysis, especially considering the sustainability of the solution adopted under the best available technologies (BAT).
The study ranges from the study of relevant legislation and standards, as well as legal procedures and procedures, to the design and implementation of facilities, assessing both technical and economic factors.
- Projects include the most advanced technologies available today, necessary to meet the growing legal and social demands for water reuse and reuse.
- Flotation of solids, oils and greases: DAF and CAF technologies.
- Aerobic treatments for active sludge and suspended crops.
- Biological sequenced reactors: SBR.
- Anoxic treatments: nitrification and denitrification.
- Biological Membrane Reactors (MBR).
- Advanced oxidation technologies. (TOAs)
- Advanced filtration and osmosis.
- Dehydration by filtration, centrifugation and evaporation.
The study includes from the formalities necessary for the requests of the authorizations of discharge to the project and development of the purification facilities, including different techniques of treatment that must be evaluated from the technical-economic point of view.