The Water Administration approach includes wastewater or effluent treatment as an essential part of its philosophy. Usually, authorization to release trade effluent into surface waters like rivers, streams, or the sea is needed. Furthermore, effluent directed to sewers should also be within the specified parameters so it can be handled by local sewage treatment plants. If the set limits are not adhered to, this could lead to financial penalties, closure of the plant and pollution of the receiving water body. Clarion Water Technologies provides a results-driven solution to treat the effluent before release, including process design, plant and chemical programs, sludge management, and water reuse.
With test work and subsequent laboratory analysis, Clarion Water Technologies may aid in chemical analyses prior to plant installation. This can assist clients in selecting the best chemical program for full-scale performance.
Improper dosage (over and under-dosing) can have a negative impact on plant performance and thus operating expenses. An assessment of existing programs can assist in increasing plant efficiency and lowering operating costs.
Inadequate operation of an effluent treatment plant may compromise performance, resulting in violations of discharge consent. Costs associated with energy and operations may also be affected by this.
Clarion Water Technologies helps evaluate the current plant configuration through a site survey that includes chemical evaluation, flow and load calculations, and wastewater characterization (through on-site analysis and laboratory investigations). Each phase is discussed in detail with the customer to ensure that they fully comprehend the procedure, enabling both parties to collaborate on putting the necessary changes into practice.
Information collecting is the first stage in wastewater troubleshooting, thus strong customer relationships are essential. Clarion Water Technologies aims to swiftly identify and address pertinent issues utilizing the best solutions through site surveys, test work, and client feedback.
Clarion Water Technologies is able to offer a thorough technical service because of frequent site inspections, client contact, and in-depth process understanding. We can offer a customized service schedule to meet the needs of the client, ranging from dosing pump maintenance and equipment servicing to regular water chemistry analysis and continuing consultancy assistance. Strong client relationships at Clarion Water Technologies are built on delivering a high level of technical service, guidance from consultations, and trust.
Clarion Water Technologies can assist at every level of the process from design to delivery, from managing and organizing projects big and small to becoming an essential member of a client's management team. We have worked on projects involving wastewater treatment plants, recycled water, odor control, sludge management, and many other matters.
For all projects involving wastewater, including those requiring machinery, upkeep, laboratory services, chemicals, and facilities, Clarion Water Technologies provides outsourcing solutions.
The costs associated with the use of water in industrial processes have resulted in the reuse of treated wastewater. Benefits include energy and cost reductions. Clarion Water Technologies can help deliver best-in-class solutions for the reuse and lower operating costs.
Decontamination is mostly accomplished through physical or chemical mechanisms in wastewater treatment. UV is one example of a physical disinfection technique since it interferes with viral reproduction by damaging microbial DNA (including virus DNA and RNA).
Chemical techniques are likely more frequently utilized in industrial effluent processing and include sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl), chlorine dioxide (ClO2), ozone (O3), and others. The most suitable and efficient method of disinfection for the specific process can be provided with help from Clarion Water Technologies. The right disinfection program is crucial because each method has pros and downsides of its own.
While considering energy management and reduction measures, wastewater treatment should not be overlooked because energy expenses have an impact on all industrial activities. Energy costs that may be avoided are increased by ineffective effluent treatment facilities. Taking on the energy consumption necessary for effluent treatment aids in cost management and lowers the carbon footprints of clients. Clarion Water Technologies can help reduce the amount of energy used to process effluent through site evaluations and recommendations.
Cost control can be achieved in a variety of ways, including by outsourcing project work, choosing the right facilities to optimize plant performance, using the right chemical programs, and getting professional help. Clarion Water Technologies can help keep the cost of wastewater treatment in check by collaborating with the client.
A variety of onsite laboratory services are available from Clarion Water Technologies. Chemical programs can be assessed and tested for effectiveness at the source, allowing, for example, the right products and dose rates to be decided before large-scale trials. On-site water chemistry analysis can also cover a wide range of topics.
Other laboratory services provided by Clarion Water Technologies include microbiological tests, microscopy, metal analysis (ICP), and spectrophotometry. All laboratory findings are displayed and explained, enabling the client to use the data to enhance their operation. From the creation of the solution to its implementation, Clarion Water Technologies works closely with the client.
The production of foul-smelling odors is mainly due to the anaerobic decomposition of organic material. Reduced sulphur compounds are the primary cause of malodors, such as hydrogen sulfide (H2S). Treatment of sludge and lagoons can also generate bad smells. The prevention and elimination of these odors can be addressed both in the liquid and gaseous phases. The former works to stop the odorants from entering the gaseous stage and becoming a nuisance, while the latter works to remove the odors already in the air.
Sludge dewatering is a process that decreases the moisture content of sludge with the aim of decreasing disposal and transportation costs. It can also be used to generate valuable by-products from what would have been otherwise worthless waste biosolids. Clarion Water Technologies can help with this process, from conducting dewatering experiments to help identify the best technology for the job, to providing aid for potential value-added by-product schemes.