Physical Treatments of Wastewater
Hulsey Environmental is the leader in the North Georgia area for the removal of Wastewater.
- Clarifier (primary and secondary) –
Clarifiers are settling tanks built with mechanical means for continuous removal of solids being deposited by sedimentation. A clarifier is generally used to remove solid particulates or suspended solids from liquid for clarification and (or) thickening.
- Gravity Separators –
Gravity separation is an industrial method of separating two components, either a suspension, or dry granular mixture where separating the components with gravity is sufficiently practical: i.e. the components of the mixture have different specific weight. All of the gravitational methods are common in the sense that they all use gravity as the dominant force. The working principle is to lift the material by vacuum over an inclined vibrating screen covered deck. This results in the material being suspended in air while the heavier impurities are left behind on the screen and are discharged from the stone outlet.
Chemical Wastewater Treatment
Hulsey Environmental offers many services to bring, and keep, your wastewater treatment system into government mandated compliance – helping you to avoid surcharges. These services include chemical wastewater treatment systems for environmentally sustainable disposal of your wastewater.
What is a chemical treatment of wastewater? It is a process through which non toxic chemicals are used to remove harmful bacteria and unsafe materials from wastewater such as those produced by food processing plants. Wastewater often ends up in public streams and reservoirs, therefore complete filtration and purification to eliminate any material or organic threats is crucial.
Some chemicals are used during wastewater treatment processes in order to accelerate disinfection. The introduction of chemicals during wastewater treatment is called “chemical unit processes” and are used alongside biological and physical cleaning processes to meet various water standards. There are several distinct chemical unit processes used during the cleaning process- these include
- chemical coagulation
- chemical precipitation
- chemical oxidation / advanced oxidation
- ion exchange
- chemical neutralization and stabilization
Hulsey can make sure all your wastewater is government compliant, as well as hauled to a reliable treatment plant like our own Recovered Materials Processing Facilities located in Georgia. Don’t hesiate to get in touch with us today.
We pride ourselves on being the leader in wastewater treatment.