Wastewater Disposal

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The world’s population is expected to grow further, with an intense migration of the population into cities. This will lead to a significant increase in water consumption combined with increasing water pollution, which in turn diminishes our most essential natural resources.

This results in the growth of bacteria and other forms of organic pollution, sedimentation and an increase of endocrine substances. In view of this, the implementation of modern technologies for treatment plants for the re–use of wastewater and water storage facilities is of utmost importance.

Our major services comprise the development of wastewater disposal concepts, the design of sewerage systems and the use of modern processes for centralized and decentralized rainwater harvesting, -treatment and –management. We design and build wastewater treatment plants with innovative, space-saving, operation cost- and energy cost optimized processes as well as facilities for the economic treatment and disposal of occurring residues and sludge.

In detail, our activities cover the following fields:

  • Wastewater treatment
  • Centralized and decentralized treatment
  • Sewage treatment
  • Industrial wastewater treatment
  • Specific treatment processes
  • Pilot plants
  • Recycling plants
  • Wastewater disposal
  • Sewerage systems (separate and combined systems)
  • Evacuation of storm water
  • Storm water retention basins
  • Storm water overflows
  • Sea-outfalls
  • Pumping stations

  • PLANT OPERATION AND OPTIMISATION
  • Optimization of processes
  • Operational concepts
  • Build-and-operate models
  • SLUDGE TREATMENT
  • Sludge dewatering
  • Sludge stabilization and hygienisation
  • Sludge disposal
  • Use of biogas
  • Reuse of sludge in agriculture

  • DECENTRALISATION
  • Renaturation measures
  • Design of retention basins
  • Water quality modeling
  • Appropriate technologies

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