When at a winery, the last thing you want to think about is wastewater. And for most wineries, environmental impact of their operations is usually top of mind. Management of pH, alkalinity and anaerobic processes are critical to ensure that wastewater treatment system provides peace of mind, minimal odour and hassle-free operations at the winery.
In this webinar, Calix Business Development Manager Sam Sood and Calix Operations and Sales Engineer Shayne Rettke will discuss how Calix has leveraged a culture of innovation to provide fully customised services such as design expertise, engineering know-how, detailed engineering, installation & commissioning services to provide turnkey systems for chemical dosing.
Anaerobic digestion is a way of adding value to operations. It consists of converting organic matter present in the wastewater sludge into biogas for energy, while reducing the organic load in the treated water. But biogas production can be tricky. In this webinar, Michael explains how you can use ACTI-Mag to improve wastewater treatment performance and boost biogas generation.
A very informative, yet brief session from Dr Doug Kelley, one of the field leaders in pH and alkalinity control – to understand the basic chemistry that lies under the pH measurement and how alkalinity and other chemicals can affect wastewater treatment. Also learn about the differences between using caustic, lime and soda ash for pH control or the cost benefits of using Magnesium Hydroxide products.
Calix offers a complete solution when it comes to hydrogen sulphide elimination, which is the primary cause of the majority of odour complaints from municipal wastewater systems. This webinar covers the application, benefits and service options available for councils and water authorities that wish to apply ACTI-Mag in their network.
Calix ACTI-Mag may hold the key to maintaining the balance within the phosphorous cycle, enabling capture within waste water treatment solids which can be recycled directly back into the food chain. This webinar explores ways that you can reduce the phosphate within wastewater effluent while improving the quality of sludge.
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Almost 2 billion people do not have a decent toilet or access to basic and safely managed sanitation. In many cases, faeces and urine end up untreated in the environment, contaminating it and threatening people’s health.
This is why IER supports WaterAid programs, to facilitate access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene in the world’s poorest and most marginalised communities.