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1. Industrial Effluent Treatment Plant: Myths About Reverse Osmosis
July 21, 2023

Reverse osmosis, also referred to as RO, is a water filtration process used in many industrial effluent treatment plants to effectively clean wastewater produced during manufacturing. Although there are other methods of cleaning wastewater, reverse osmosis is becoming a popular solution to the problem of contaminated effluent, thanks to its effectiveness, affordability, and eco-friendly nature. The process is really very simple. An effluent treatment plant that operates this kind of system uses a high-pressure pump to force the wastewater across a semi-permeable membrane. It’s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Fast Facts About Reverse Osmosis
July 21, 2023

Although there are several effective solutions to effluent management problems, when it comes to industrial wastewater treatment, reverse osmosis is fast becoming one of the most popular methods. It can be a little more expensive to set up, but once this filtration system is up and running it can save manufacturers money and is much kinder to the environment. What is Reverse Osmosis (RO)? Before we jump into how it can be used in industrial wastewater treatment, let’s get to grips with how this process works. It’s effectively very simple. You’ve probably heard of osmosis, fro... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Understanding Effluent in Simple Terms
July 21, 2023

Although the term has been used in the sewage treatment industry for a long time, effluent is something that can be applied to a wide range of industries. From car manufacturing to food and drink producers, an effluent plant is something that features in many production lines, and should not be solely relegated to the world of sewage. People working in such industries may have heard of the term but not entirely understand it, so we’re here to provide a simple explanation. Deriving from the engineering word “effluence”, which describes a stream that leaves a chemical reactor, a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. What is RO Water Treatment?
June 27, 2023

A wide variety of industries produce wastewater during their production process. From food and drinks companies to car manufacturers, industrial effluent poses a challenge for all of them. The problem with producing such waste is that it often contains contaminants, such as chemicals, heavy metals, or bacteria. How to dispose of these contaminants in a responsible way is of growing concern, and many industries are turning to water purifying methods to cut down on water waste and better dispose of the non absorbing particles. One of the most effective processes is RO water treatm... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. 3 Questions About Reverse Osmosis Answered
June 13, 2023

The issue of how to manage wastewater responsibly is of growing concern within a number of industries. As rules and regulations are tightened, finding the most efficient and environmentally friendly solution is important. For these reasons, RO water treatment (reverse osmosis) has become one of the most popular solutions to the problem of effluent management. Not only is it safe and simple, but it can also save businesses time and money in the long run. The process works by reversing the osmosis mechanism to filter out unwanted impurities, resulting in a purified solution. It ca... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Is Reverse Osmosis a Green Solution for Industrial Wastewater?
June 13, 2023

Effective wastewater management is absolutely vital when it comes to environmental health. A huge number of industries produce high volumes of contaminated effluent every day, and how best to manage it is a growing concern. In the past, when rules around environmental management were more lax, much of the hazardous waste was dumped in rivers, lakes and other habitats. Obviously, this has disastrous consequences for the natural world. Now, however, regulations around disposing of effluent are becoming stricter, so many industries are looking for the best way of managing it. Not o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Understanding the Basics of Reverse Osmosis
May 15, 2023

The management and treatment of industrial wastewater is a serious concern within a number of industries; however, it’s a problem whose solution may vary from one situation to the next. This is because the quality and volume of such wastewater can vary so much depending on how it’s being produced. A primary issue is the increasing amount of synthetic compounds in such effluents, often discharged into the surrounding environments. While the presence of harmful compounds in wastewater is a problem, there are some excellent methods that can extract noxious substances and produce a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Reverse Osmosis in an Industrial Setting
May 15, 2023

Wastewater is a common problem for many industrial processes across numerous sectors. From food and beverage products to automotive factories, a solution is always required to deal with the resulting effluent. There are a number of methods available, each with varying efficacy and suitability, however, the process of industrial reverse osmosis is one of the most popular solutions to water problems. Nowadays, water purification systems use cutting-edge technology to ensure that this process is as effective as possible, making it a great option for industries that produce wastewat... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Top Benefits of Industrial Reverse Osmosis
May 15, 2023

Nowadays, nearly all industries produce some kind of wastewater, which then has to be dealt with in a responsible and efficient way. These kinds of effluents, whether from car manufacturing or food production, can be expensive to treat and can also cause damage to the surrounding environment. However, with the latest technology, there are now excellent methods to manage wastewater properly. One of the most popular strategies is to use industrial reverse osmosis (RO), which is a simple process that relies on essentially two main components: a high pressure pump and a semi-perm... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Industrial Effluent: Understanding the Basics
April 24, 2023

Industrial effluent might not be something that you’ve given too much thought to in the past. Indeed, you might have lived up until this point without ever giving it any consideration at all. But the facts are that nearly every industry has industrial effluent treatment requirements at some stage in their process. In fact, it’s basically something that we really can’t have society functioning without; from pharmaceutical companies to food production, from hospitals and farms to car manufacturers, each of them produce this waste product in some form, so it needs to be treated approp... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. The Process of Vacuum Evaporation
April 24, 2023

When it comes to industrial wastewater management, there are a number of factors that you have to consider. Depending on what industry you work in, the particulates and contaminants found in your effluent will be vastly different than if you worked in another sector. For example, food production will produce a number of contaminants that are not found in car manufacturing – but there will possibly be many similarities too. Essentially, it’s an extremely complicated process, one that requires a bespoke system to ensure that the methods that are being used are appropriate and eff... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. What to Expect from an Industrial Water Treatment Company
March 23, 2023

Industrial water treatment is needed in a huge number of sectors and industries, and engaging an industrial water treatment company is an essential part of this complex process. How a company cleans its wastewater and ensures its own regulatory compliance is a very important part of day-to-day business operations. There are a number of key steps involved in the process, from the design and implementation of the plant, through to the maintenance. If you’re in a business where this is a relevant concern, you might be wondering what a professional organisation can do for you. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. The Knock-On Effect of Orcas Taking Out Great White Sharks: Impacts on South Africa's Ecosystem
March 22, 2023

The apex predator in any ecosystem is critical in maintaining the balance of the food chain. However, the introduction or removal of a predator can have knock-on effects on the entire ecosystem, as has been observed with Orcas taking out sharks, particularly Great white sharks in South Africa. Orcas, also known as killer whales, are the top predator in the ocean and have been known to hunt and kill various species of sharks, including Great white sharks. The Great white shark, on the other hand, is the apex predator of the South African coastline, and its removal from the ecosystem coul... (read more)

Author: Linda Holland

14. Industrial Wastewater 101: A Simple Explanation
March 22, 2023

It’s never been more essential to deal with the many dangerous polluting elements of our society. A good way to start being more environmentally friendly right away is to ensure that the industrial wastewater that is a by-product of our work operations is dealt with in a safe and effective way. Ensuring that this is cleaned efficiently means that our organisations not only do their bit for the environment, but they make sure that they stay within the legal regulations set out by the government around treatment of effluent. Industrial wastewater comes in a number of forms, depen... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Why You Need Industrial Wastewater Management
March 22, 2023

Wastewater management is a very pressing concern for a great number of businesses. Whether you’re working in manufacturing, chemical processing, pharmaceuticals or the food and drink industry (and plenty more besides), then chances are you’ll be involved in the treatment of industrial effluent in some way. It’s likely that you’ll want to employ an industrial water treatment company to take care of this side of your operations, and this is always the best option. The treatment of this industrial by-product is important for a number of reasons, not least for the health and safety... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Supporting an Industrial Wastewater Treatment System
January 17, 2023

Wastewater, or effluent as it’s also called, is a serious issue in many businesses and organisations. It’s a subject not often discussed, but it really should be talked about more because the way we manage effluent is important both for our own health and for that of our environment. If you’re working in an industry like manufacturing, food production, pharmaceuticals, or any number of other sectors, then wastewater may be an issue that your organisation has to deal with. Chances are, you employ an industrial water treatment company to take care of this process – as you should, because this de... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Industrial Wastewater Made Easy: A Simple Explanation
January 17, 2023

Why hire an industrial water treatment company? For many, it probably seems like a step too far and a job that you can very well do yourself to save money. However, this perception could not be more wrong, because treating wastewater can be one of the most hazardous processes out there: both for your health and your company reputation. The reason for this is that effluent can contain some very damaging contaminants, with the potential to cause serious health problems for humans and wildlife, as well as catastrophes for the environment. It’s for that reason that hiring a reputable industri... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Choosing an Industrial Water Treatment Company
January 17, 2023

Few things are as important (but less talked about) than purifying water on an industrial scale. This process goes on in the background of a huge number of industries, involving thousands of companies and organisations across the world. An industrial water treatment company may not sound glamorous, but the work they do and the service they provide has enormous benefits, both for the organisation engaging them and for the environment. So, what does an industrial water treatment company do? The primary work they carry out is the expedited process of cleaning up water that has been contamina... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. 3 Ways To Make Greener in Your Home
January 14, 2023

Everyone is talking about going green these days and with good reason. The habits we have in the modern world affect the environment in a negative way, so it is up to us to change the way we act. Saving the planet starts with how you live your day-to-day life and even though you might be doing all the right things there are still ways you can help save our planet while you're at home. Here are three ways you can go even greener in your home. 1. Switch to LED lightbulbs Switching to LED lightbulbs is a great way to save energy, reduce your carbon footprint, and save money on your elec... (read more)

Author: Lily Sato

20. How Industrial Effluent Affects Water
December 24, 2022

Industrial effluent is the wastewater that is produced across a huge number of industries and sectors. No matter what industry you work in, there is a good chance that the processes involved somewhere in your operations produce effluent. It’s common in manufacturing, where heavy metals can run off into water as part of the process itself, or in food production where sterilising using chemicals means that somewhere, liquid is collected with those chemicals in a high concentration. There are a number of ways to carry out industrial water treatment, and a number of reasons why you would do t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. A Few Fast Facts About Industrial Wastewater
December 23, 2022

It doesn’t matter what industry or sector your business operates in – from food production to pharmaceuticals – in all walks of life, industrial wastewater, or ‘effluent’, will be something to which you have to give a fair bit of consideration. This is especially true in our modern world, with so much importance now rightly given to environmental concerns, businesses and organisations have never been so conscious of the way they carry out industrial water treatment. With so much at stake, both in terms of a business’s ability to adhere to regulations, and the future of a healthy planet, ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. The 3 Stages of Industrial Water Treatment
December 23, 2022

Effluent. It’s something that most of us don’t have to give a moment’s thought to as we go through our daily lives. In fact, you’ll probably find that most people don’t even recognise the word. Industrial wastewater, as it’s also known, is found across nearly every industry out there; simply put, it’s the water-based by-products of production and manufacture. As organisations across every sector begin to think about environmental responsibilities, the way in which we carry out industrial water treatment is becoming ever more important. If you’re working in any kind of industry, chances a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Wastewater Treatment Solutions: What is Reverse Osmosis?
November 16, 2022

Wastewater is the liquid that is produced from industrial processes, including any resultant particles it may have suspended within it. In order to protect the environment and ensure that businesses are minimising the risk to the natural world and other people, companies are legally obliged to ensure that they seek effective wastewater treatment solutions to remove any potentially harmful contaminants from their effluent before it is released into the environment. Reverse osmosis is one of the range of solutions. Let’s take a look at what it is, and how it works. What is Reverse Osmosis? ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Why the Treatment of Effluent is so Important
November 16, 2022

Industrial effluent is any liquid that is produced as part of an industry process; basically, wastewater that comes from a business, treatment plant or sewer. In an increasingly industry-led world, we are producing more and more trade effluent every year, and it is incredibly important that we use the correct effluent technologies to treat the liquid in order to make it safe for each other and for the environment. Without proper processing, this liquid can be harmful to wildlife and human health, so before it can be released into oceans and rivers, industries now use many of the emerging new t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. How the Industrial Effluent Treatment Plant Works
November 16, 2022

Trade effluent is defined in the UK as any wastewater that results from an industrial or commercial process. UK legislation mandates that companies ensure proper industrial effluent treatment plant is used for this effluent, and used effectively – unless it’s uncontaminated rainwater or domestic sewage, it has to be properly treated before it can be legitimately discharged. These strict standards are vital in maintaining and preserving our environment, and with the boom in industrial processes we have seen over the last few decades, the resulting increase in effluent must be dealt with i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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