Environmental legislation negates the disposal of liquid waste to landfill and there is a need to treat aqueous waste to ensure that the recovered water element can be returned to the aquatic environment. have a state-of-the-art treatment plant designed to process aqueous waste which provides neutralisation reactions for acids and alkalis, reduction reactions for chromic acids and metal complexes, flocculation reactions for sludges and suspensions and heat reaction for hydrocarbons.
Physical processes include filtration, centrifugation, scrubbed reaction tanks and drum emptying and washing. These processes result in an effluent that can be discharged and a filter cake which can then be recycled or disposed of. We can treat water contaminated with organic or inorganic chemicals and handled in tanker, IBC, drum of small pack modes of delivery.