Waste Water Treatment Plant
Wastewater treatment, is the process of removing contaminants from wastewater and sewage. It includes physical, chemical, and biological processes to remove physical, chemical and biological contaminants. Its objective is to produce an environmentally-safe fluid waste stream and a solid waste suitable for disposal or reuse.
Head Work's: Raw wastewater delivered from the collection system to the treatment plant is first received at the headworks facility. It is called this because it is at the head of the plant. At the headwork's five primary functions are performed: sampling, flow measurement, chemical addition, screening, and grit removal. Some refer to the headwork's as a pretreatment facility because no biological treatment occurs. Its purpose is to condition the wastewater for treatment through the processes of screening and grit removal.
Clarifiers: Clarifiers are used as part of a wastewater treatment system for solids settling, clarifiers are constructed of carbon steel with coal tar epoxy lining on the inside, and epoxy coating on the exterior. The internal plate pack is set at 60% for optimum settling and is constructed of a epoxy-coated steel shell with plastic plates. Clarification is the oldest and most widely used operation in the effective treatment of wastewater. The operation consists of removing sediment, turbidity and floating material from raw wastewater.
Septage Management: Disposing of septage in the United States is becoming an increasing problem as people build homes outside of city sewer systems. Septage waste can be transported to local waste water treatment centers, used by farmers for fertilizer, or stored in large septage waste storage facilities for later treatment or use on crops. Inland Waters can assist you in the following: septic systems, on-lot sewage disposal systems, on-site sewage disposal systems, individual wastewater treatment systems, anaerobic treatment tanks, aerobic treatment tanks, cesspools, seepage pits, septics, seepage beds, trench systems, elevated sand mounds, drip irrigation systems, recirculating sand filters, holding tanks, privies, septic inspections, onlot wastewater treatment system inspection, grease traps, grease pits, system maintenance, chlorinators, UV lamps and all related issues.
Digester Tank Cleaning
Our company has years of experience bringing slow, overloaded digester tanks back to full operating capacity.
Overloading, lack of oxidation time, loss of gas recovery, or crustacea, grit and garbage, can cause a wastewater digester tank to function improperly or not at all. When this occurs, immediate and thorough cleaning is required.
Our trained and experienced staff here at Inland Waters are sent out with all of the necessary equipment to quickly and safely remove all organic and inorganic materials that interfere with the proper operation of the digester tank.