Waste Site Leachate Water Treatment
During the leachate of waste sites, the storm water takes multiple substances out of the waste site body. In order to prevent a contamination of natural water streams, the leachate is cached by a sealing and fed into an adequate treatment stage. In regard to the aim of a partial reduction of pollutants for the discharge into the sewer system, this treatment is especially economic. With such treatment, expensive transports on the road are not necessary and the environment is released.
The individual constitution of the leachate is influenced by different factors, such as the constitution of the waste. This individuality results in high demands on the treatment system.
For the treatment of leachate, System S&P® has developed process combinations that are adaptable for each special constitution. A well coordinated treatment with rotating immersion disks and a resulting activated carbon filtration is used by System S&P®. The biodegradable pollutants can be eliminated by System S&P® plants in an energy efficient and economic way.
System S&P® rotating immersion disks are characterized by an extremely high nitrification potential, which allows for the process to be much more stable due to the fixed film technology. Non-biodegradable pollutants are reliably removed by System S&P® activated carbon filtration. By choosing the suitable activated carbon, a long operating life of the filter material is assured.
System S&P® offers its clients the possibility to receive a noncommittal offer for a required wastewater treatment plant.