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Water Leaders Magazine June 2017 Issue 002, Abengoa Water, desalination, wastewater, valves, pipes, pumps, mechanical, plumbing

GineersNow Water Leaders Magazine Issue 002 Water Leaders Magazine: Abengoa Water, Pedro Almagro, CEO. Innovative water solutions for sustainable development. Exclusive: Latest water technologies, Water bath with wi-fi, bathing water quality standards, Soaring water demand in the Middle East, Toilet water reducer Special Feature Stories: Chemicals, controls, desalination, EDR, filtration, nano filtration, ultra filtration, membranes, plumbing, MEP, mechanical, electrical, pumps, pipes, reverse osmosis, storage, valves Country Focus: China, United States, Canada, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, United Kingdom, Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Australia More engineering stories at https://www.gineersnow.com/topics/magazines

GineersNow Water Leaders Magazine Issue 002

Water Leaders Magazine: Abengoa Water, Pedro Almagro, CEO. Innovative water solutions for sustainable development.

Exclusive: Latest water technologies, Water bath with wi-fi, bathing water quality standards, Soaring water demand in the Middle East, Toilet water reducer

Special Feature Stories: Chemicals, controls, desalination, EDR, filtration, nano filtration, ultra filtration, membranes, plumbing, MEP, mechanical, electrical, pumps, pipes, reverse osmosis, storage, valves

Country Focus: China, United States, Canada, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, United Kingdom, Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Australia

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Biosep TM<br />

An aerobic biological<br />

treatment for<br />

<strong>wastewater</strong><br />

treatment and water<br />

reclaim<br />

An innovative solution developed by<br />

Veolia <strong>Water</strong> Technologies, Biosep<br />

combines two proven technologies:<br />

• Biological treatment using activated<br />

sludge<br />

• Membrane filtration<br />

Biosep produces very high quality water,<br />

fully compliant with the highest standards<br />

for water reuse for irrigation, industrial and<br />

municipal applications.<br />

With more than 120 references worldwide,<br />

Biosep is recommended for:<br />

• Significant reduction of carbon, nitrogen<br />

and phosphorus pollution<br />

• High and simultaneous removal of<br />

bacteria depending on the treated water,<br />

completed by downstream disinfection.<br />

Biosep is sold under the Neosep<br />

trademark in Japan, the United States,<br />

Australia and New Zealand. ●<br />

Biosep Pack - new standard<br />

membrane filtration units<br />

> Flow rates from 4 to 110 m/hr<br />

> Flexible and modular solutions,<br />

manufacturing in-house in the<br />

Veolia workshops<br />

> Guaranteed performances<br />

identical to those of the<br />

conventional Biosep process<br />

Biosep Pack is added to a biological<br />

aeration tank. The membrane<br />

bioreactor replaces the traditional<br />

settling system and separates<br />

perfectly the purifying biomass<br />

from the treated effluent through<br />

microfiltration. The microfiltered<br />

water is of excellent bacteriological<br />

quality and removal of TSS is<br />

guaranteed at any time. Flow rates<br />

from 4 to 110 m/hr.<br />

Applications<br />

> Small or medium sized industrial<br />

effluent treatment plants (800 to<br />

10,000 PE)<br />

> Temporary solutions during<br />

refurbishment or upgrade work


Woodlands<br />

Dairy<br />

Anaerobic Resource<br />

Recovery Facility<br />

The Solution<br />

Veolia <strong>Water</strong> Technologies proposed a resource<br />

recovery plant (RRP) capable of processing 1.5<br />

MLD, which will later be upgraded to 2 MLD.<br />

The RRP will make use of Biothane’s state of<br />

the art Memthane® technology, capable of<br />

removing >95% of effluent COD.<br />

A piloting study was performed to provide an<br />

effluent specific treatment facility, ensuring<br />

product performance and client satisfaction. ●<br />

Effluent specifications<br />

Feed rate<br />

pH<br />

TCOD<br />

COD load<br />

1500 m/d<br />

12<br />

10 g/l<br />

15 t/day<br />

Woodlands Dairy, 1000+ people, is<br />

one of the largest manufacturers of<br />

UHT milk in South Africa, marketed under<br />

the brand FIRST CHOICE®. Woodlands Dairy<br />

is a local, Eastern Cape processor of farm<br />

fresh milk, who produces and packages high<br />

quality dairy products. Dairy farming methods<br />

should not only have a minimal impact on<br />

the environment but should also be animal<br />

friendly and boost public support for dairy<br />

farming.<br />

The challenge<br />

Veolia <strong>Water</strong> Technologies South Africa (Pty)<br />

Ltd was awarded the contract by Woodlands<br />

Dairy (Pty) Ltd to provide a viable processing<br />

solution for their growing process effluent<br />

stream. The facility contains a milk sterilisation<br />

and packaging plant as well as a cheese<br />

factory. All process effluent is sent to a<br />

combined effluent sump.<br />

Key Figures<br />

• High COD loading:<br />

~15 ton COD/day<br />

• Growing effluent<br />

demand<br />

• Long-chain organics<br />

present in effluent<br />

• Achieving plant effluent<br />

concentrations below<br />

municipal standards<br />

• > 95% conversion


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