Features & benefits
- Ease of operation
- Low OPEX
- Low energy consumption
- Pre-assembled and Factory Acceptance Tested (FAT) in workshop
- Fully automated
- Quick installation and start up
- Modular; can be combined for larger capacities or specific treatment applications
- Short manufacture lead time
- Small footprint
- Designed to cater for extensive daily fluctuations
- Low odour
- No constant waste streams
- Discharge quality suitable for irrigation or discharge into environment.
- Integrated PLC and HMI
- Major treatment components include screening, anaerobic digestion, carbon removal and nitrification, sludge removal and disinfection in a chlorine contact tank
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Sewage treatment package plants are a cost-effective, compact and reliable sewage treatment solution with maximum environmental compliance. They are ideal for:
- Remote settlements,
- Remote or temporary camps
- Residential estates
- Tourism Resorts
- Applications requiring critical stop-gap capacity
- Food and beverage
Veolia Water Technologies South Africa is a member of SEWPACKSA (Small Wastewater Treatment Works Suppliers Association)
Sewage Treatment Package Plants Built For Africa
When it comes to municipal wastewater treatment in Africa, sewage treatment systems need to be reliable, adaptable and low maintenance. One of our key solutions currently meeting these objectives is Veolia’s proprietary trickling filter solution. Designed to be fitted into a compact container, this sewage treatment package plant ensures:
- digestion processes recover easily after power outages;
- less sludge is produced;
- peak flows are easily accommodated;
- lower energy requirements; and
- minimal routine maintenance.
A single trickling filter sewage treatment process system is can cater for a community of up to 5 000 people. This makes it ideal on a range of sites, including mine camps, remote settlements and communities!
Trickling filter technology is centred on a bed of highly permeable media that allows micro-organisms to form a biological film. Domestic wastewater trickles through this film, absorbing any organic material. This process is typically incorporated into a holistic sewage treatment package plant that includes rough screening, a septic tank for anaerobic digestion, a settling stage and final disinfection steps.
The sewage treatment process begins with pre-treatment, which removes non-digestible particles using filtration techniques. Sewage then enters the anaerobic reactor where all organic particles are broken down. These particles are removed from the water using ultra-compact clarification technology, leaving the water ready for disinfection using either chlorination or ultraviolet treatment.