Treating wastewater for aerospace manufacturing is full of challenges as rinse water used in the production of aluminum, titanium and other composites produces high levels of hazardous wastes that must be precisely treated.
Nutrient (nitrogen and phosphorus) pollution is one of America’s most widespread, costly and challenging environmental problems.
Water is one of the most critical components in industrial laundries. Costs are associated with the large volumes used and subsequent disposal of detergent-laden wastewater.
On average, a brewery will produce 3 barrels of wastewater for each barrel brewed. Brewery wastewater includes high biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), high chemical oxygen demand (COD) and high total suspended solids (TSS), which cannot be disposed to the public sewer system when produced in high quantity.
Metal wastewater can be especially challenging to manage given its concentration of pollutants and its creation of sludge.
Automotive collision centers create wastewater that can have a bad impact on the environment if not properly managed. Contaminants in wastewater include oil and grease, metals, detergents, phosphates, chemicals, etc.
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