Case study: Reducing treatment costs for industrial wastewater

Posted by Janice Colmer on Jul 3, 2018 3:26:01 PM

AAQUA NV designs flexible, robust systems

AAQUA NV Case StudyTurning industrial wastewater into something that municipal water systems will accept is a tough job. 

One of the toughest is treating slaughterhouse wastewater. If the blood from just one cow carcass is directly discharged into a sewer line, it's like the total daily sewage produced by 50 people. 

Since 1999, AAQUA NV has specialized in these kinds of tough treatment problems. The company engineers and constructs industrial wastewater plants for slaughterhouses and a wide variety of other customers. 

“Wastewater treatment is a burden and cost for our customers,” says Marc Feyten, CEO, AAQUA NV. “It is a byproduct of their commercial activity which they are obliged to deal with. We try to keep their cost and time investment as low as possible.”

Our new case study gives you an in-depth look at the technologies AAQUA uses, not only to bring wastewater up to municipal standards, but also to reduce costs and provide more value to their customers.


Topics: Case studies, Process control, PACs, PAC Project, PAC Control

Written by Janice Colmer

Janice has worked at Opto 22 for more than 16 years and is part of the marketing team that strives to share new and relevant content with the automation industry. She enjoys books, camping, country music, and spending time with family and friends.
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