Problem: A food manufacturing plant was unable to separate and dispose of its waste water correctly, even though its machinery and treatment systems were still working properly. This was increasing their waste disposal costs and putting them at risk of costly council fines.
Solution: Aquapac’s technical team quickly identified that the problem was with the nature of the waste, not with the treatment system itself. Since installing a new aerator, the original wastewater treatment had become ineffective on the new waste produced.
Results: Correct diagnosis enabled Aquapac to recommend and supply a chemical treatment suited to the new wastewater stream. This enabled the customer to quickly return to efficient plant operation within waste discharge limits, avoiding loss of time and unnecessary waste disposal costs.