This short article focuses on the industrial process. But the same principles will apply to the domestic environment. Do make a note of that. In any case, full and proper industrial wastewater treatment is part and parcel of good housekeeping as well as good risk management. Professional waste water treatment is carried out by registered and licensed practitioners well practiced in the art of quick decision making.
Customer service orientation is a case of the engineers giving them a choice of owning their own equipment or processing a rental option. This will include belt press rentals, with the object of the exercise always being to ensure that tasks are successfully completed. Customer service will include an education process. Industrial plant managers or owners are given the opportunity to learn what equipment is appropriate to their site and how the wastewater treatment processes are carried out.
The territory over which the wastewater treatment needs to be carried out may only be small in comparison to full-scale industrial zones. To this end, only a fleet of mobile dewatering equipment, at rental, need be applied. What does it mean to have wastewater treated? Will the contaminated water be collected and ultimately dumped? No, not at all. Of course, it will depend on the contamination levels and material nature thereof, but wastewater can be cleaned, purified, collected and redistributed for re-use.
But should it not be possible for wasted or contaminated water to be used again, you can rest assured that the water will not be allowed to be dumped. Strictly speaking, the wastewater treatment will remain confined to the industrial site with not a drop of water leaving the premises. After treatment, it will be pumped back into circulation for re-use.