Every industry has to deal with specific “waste water problems”. RWB has a wide range of techniques in house to provide a sustainable solution for every problem.
Pollution and discharge requirements
Industrial waste water
Industrial waste water is a by-product of industrial or commercial activities. Whether it’s the food we eat, the drinks we drink, the clothes we wear, or the papers and chemicals we use, water is needed for almost every step of production in a wide variety of industries. The resulting waste water must be carefully treated.
Industrial waste water contains a wide variety of pollution units and therefore its treatment is a complex task. In addition, the discharge requirements for industrial waste water are constantly tightened.
Priority is being given to the recovery of raw materials and the reuse of waste. For many companies, sustainable use of water is the best way to anticipate towards reduced availability. Increasing sustainability is often synonymous with energy savings and is increasingly a cost-efficient solution.
Market specialist knowledge and experience RWB
Beverage industry and breweries
Food and dairy industries
Petrochemicals and chemical industry
Manufacturing and process industry
Healthcare and pharmacy
Oil and gas industry
Textiles and paper industry
Basic metals Industry
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Van Merksteijn Steel Netherlands produces, among other things, galvanized steel wire. Heavy chemicals are used in the production of galvanized steel wire. RWB has built a chemical plant. This installation consists of a filling, storage, transport and disposal system for used chemicals.
RWB also supplied a facility to treat the waste water released from this galvanizing line. The waste flows from the galvanizing line are treated in an DND installation (detoxification, neutralization and dewatering) in such a way that the residual flow may be discharged into the sewerage system.
van Merksteijn Steel Netherlands
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Do you want to make your wastewater treatment more sustainable?
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