References

Housing sewage treatment plant, Algeria, 2015

  • The housing sewage of a construction site operating in desert conditions is treated before being discharged into an emptying point. The reduction requirements are similar to those in Finland.
  • Design discharge 60m3/day
  • Design load
  • BOD7 25kg/day
  • Total nitrogen 5.5kg/day
  • Total phosphorus 1.1kg/day

Hes-Pro Finland Oy (Hesburger) factory, Kaarina, Finland, 2011

  • Produces annually approximately 700 tonnes of salad and 3,000 tonnes of mayonnaise
  • Sewage is treated before being discharged into a municipal sewer
  • Design discharge 90m3/day
  • Design load
  • BOD7 95kg/day
  • Fats 46kg/day

British American Tobacco factory, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2013

  • Sewage is treated before being discharged into a municipal sewer
  • Design discharge 170m3/day
  • Design load
  • BOD7 140kg/day
  • Ammoniacal nitrogen 12kg/day

Kronfågel Oy Chicken abattoir, Lieto, Finland, 2014

  • Sewage is treated before being discharged into a municipal sewer
  • Design discharge 55m3/day
  • Design load
  • BOD7 39kg/day
  • Total nitrogen 4kg/day
  • Total phosphorus 0.6kg/day
  • Fat 44kg/day

Water recycling system for a car wash, Hesepesu, Martinlaakso, Finland, 2011

  • About 90% of car wash water on an automatic line is recycled
  • An average of 30,000 washes/year

Water recycling system for a car wash, Hesepesu, Turku, Finland, 2012

  • About 90% of car wash water on an automatic line is recycled
  • An average of 28,000 washes/year

Water recycling system for a car wash, Vaasan Käyttöauto, Pori, Finland, 2012

  • About 90% of car wash waters on an automatic line is recycled
  • An average of 10,000 washes/year

Water recycling system for a car wash, Neste, Kaarina, Finland, 2013

  • About 90% of car wash waters on an automatic line is recycled
  • An average of 30,000 washes/year

Treatment of restaurant sewage, Hesburger, Lithuania, 2013

  • The kitchen and toilet waters of the restaurant are treated with two Clewer 1300S devices before being discharged into an emptying point