Wastewater treatment is an important business; one with serious implications for consumers as well as for the environment that we all share. As such, it is critical for wastewater treatment plants to have an array of tools at their disposal for safe, effective, and clean water processing. That can sometimes be easier said than done, as organic and nonorganic waste can accumulate in tanks, storage lagoons, and beyond—but with the dewatering and waste separation technologies of P&H Senesac, wastewater treatment facilities can ensure optimal results as cost-effectively as possible.
Since 1985, our team has united cutting-edge technology with the considerable know-how and unparalleled experience of our team members. We are proud to make these assets available to wastewater treatment facilities across the nation. In fact, our founder is a former wastewater plant chief operator—so we know the ins and outs of this industry.
Wastewater treatment plants, for both industrial and municipal applications, are engineered to create a safe and clean water discharge—more often than not, into a river or lake. In order to produce this safe and clean discharge—a discharge that will have minimal impact on the local environment—it is necessary to separate solid waste from liquids, and to evacuate that solid waste for safe and efficient removal.
That is where our wastewater treatment and sludge dewatering systems come into play. With our advanced centrifuge technologies, P&H Senesac can ensure that wastewater treatment discharge meets all current environmental standards.
Waste Solid Separation
In any wastewater treatment center, solid wastes invariably accumulate. Centrifuge technology allows for these solids to be separated from the liquid waste, significantly reducing the total volume of waste that must be disposed of. Our systems can produce a stackable, cake-like sludge that reduces handling costs and provides a range of options for cost-effective waste removal. Additionally, we produce a low Total Suspended Solids (TSS) back to the plant while we are dewatering. This results in minimal impact on the wastewater treatment plant’s process.
Cleanup and Removal
Indeed, that is the ultimate goal of what we do: We want to have waste clearly separated so that it can be quickly removed and disposed of, and leave tanks and other equipment clean and ready for further use. When done properly, this process can enable wastewater treatment plants to enjoy maximum operating efficiency.
Since 1985, our company has been passionate in this field, and we set the standard for waste separation technology.To learn more about what we can do for industrial or municipal wastewater treatment facilities, call P&H Senesac today to schedule a consultation.