Project Details

Project Name: Treatability Study for Paperboard Manufacturing Wastewater
Country: Belgium
Description: The client manufactures latex impregnated fiber board used in footwear and other articles needing stiffeners or reinforcement. The major sources of wastewater are latex washout and fiber blowdown. Fiber is separated from wash water by dissolve air flotation. No treatment was originally provided for latex wastewater. The combined discharge exceeded permit limits for biochemical oxygen demand, total suspended solids and other parameters. An initial site visit was performed to evaluate facilities and to determine requirements for treatability studies. As a result, samples of segregated wastestreams were collected for treatability studies. The studies included chemical coagulation, biological and physical treatment evaluations. Following completion of the studies, results were presented and a preliminary engineering report was presented describing recommendations for implementation.

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