Water Treatment Processes

Water Quality Monitoring

 

Effluent and Waste Water Treatment

Improving the performance of your water treatment systems can reduce operating costs and reduce environmental pollution. Most companies operate effluent treatment plants to reduce the potential for pollution of receiving waters and to comply with discharge consent conditions. Effective management and control of the processes used for effluent treatment will help you to reduce operating costs and increase profits.

Improving the performance of your water treatment systems will reduce your operating costs and make it easier for your site to comply with its discharge consent conditions. A thorough understanding of the properties of your company's water treatment controls and systems is essential for cost-effective and environmental friendly output.

Our processes can also monitor water quality levels including Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) and Total Suspended Solids (TSS) to ensure that your drinking water remains inside accepted safe levels. Total Dissolved Solids refer to any minerals, metals, salts, cations or anions dissolved in water. This includes anything present in water other that the pure water (H2O) molecule and suspended solids (suspended solids are any particles / substances that are neither dissolved nor settled in the water, such as wood pulp). PH and Turbidity levels are monitored and measured as well.