No two wastewaters are the same and the quality usually variable, necessitating specific sampling, analysis and process design to ensure the delivery of an optimum wastewater treatment plant solution.
Designing, building and operating wastewater treatment plants successfully is one of the more challenging activities in the water treatment industry. Whether commercial, municipal or industrial, no two wastewaters are the same and the quality usually variable, necessitating specific sampling, analysis and process design to ensure the delivery of an optimum wastewater treatment plant solution.
Successful treatment of trade waste or wastewater streams facilitates recovery of a valuable natural resource for discharge back to the environment, discharge to sewer or possible recycling and reuse for municipal or industrial applications.
Whether it’s a simple physical treatment like clarification, a physio-chemical application or an advanced biological process, SAS Water’s team of specialists have the expertise to design and execute a wide range of wastewater treatment systems.
Recycling and Reuse
Whilst wastewater treatment is a necessary requirement for many commercial and municipal facilities and industrial manufacturing plants, such projects also present opportunities for water recycling and reuse. With innovative processes, new products and the ever-growing issue of water scarcity, such recycling applications are increasingly becoming an integral part of the wastewater treatment plant.
Whether it’s a simple process for low value water recovery for irrigation, or an advanced and complex, multi-membrane process for a high-value, Class-A+ water reuse application, we are well placed to cost effectively address all recycling and reuse opportunities.
SAS Water’s demonstrable track record is supported by many reference wastewater projects – many of which are operated and maintained by our Engineering Services team. For more information, please refer to our Case Studies and also check-out the Bondi Stormwater Harvesting video.