Reuse of your wastewaters
Why are we your ideal partner for water treatment? At our different waste management sites, we gained years of experience treating our own wastewater. That is how we could perfect our water treatment process. We expanded the facilities of our Maldegem site considerably and invested in the latest techniques. Nowadays, we treat a wide range of industrial wastewater.
How do we go about his?
COLLECTION OR STORAGE IN BUFFER TANKS
Our storage capacity is large thanks to the various storage and buffer solutions: ponds, tanks, containers ... So let us pick up your water by tanker or have buffer tanks installed on your site.
QUALITY CONTROL BY OUR LABORATORY
You will know very quickly if your waste water is suitable for treatment, because the engineers of our laboratory will perform an analysis on the spot. Moreover, our experts, together with an external laboratory, will monitor the treatment process. Your guarantee for a top-quality end product.
If necessary, we will submit your wastewater or liquid sludge to preliminary treatment, using techniques, including oil decantation, gravity settling, coarse filtration and sieving. Liquid sludge is sometimes treated on a sifting belt press beforehand.
PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT
The physicochemical treatment consists of a acid-base neutralisation, metal precipitation, coagulation and flotation. Biological water treatment is a continuous switch between nitrification and denitrification.
SUBSEQUENT TREATMENT AS QUALITY GUARANTEE
The subsequent treatment, or tertiary treatment, guarantees the best possible end quality. With a fluidised bed sand filter (Dynasand), a stationary sand filter and an active carbon filter, the end quality of the treated water is guaranteed.
- You can count on De Bree Solutions for:
Water or sludge with oil or fuels.
Water, sludge or cesspit sludge with a certain dry matter content.
Water and sewage with septic agents.
Industrial waste water from pharmaceutical, chemical, petrochemical, food, animal feed, dairy, building or concrete industries.
High or low-calorie water or sludge waste.
Water or sludge with organic or inorganic substances.
Leachates or infiltration water from polluted areas.
Contaminated rain, well and groundwater.
Water or sludge mixed with acids, bases or residual waste.