Modular system for optimal and targeted treatment of organics and removal of colour in wastewater
Reduces water intake and wastewater discharge, saving substantial operational cost
and emits no odour
Water usage is one of the main cost factors within the food and beverage industry.
During food and beverage processing, water plays a vital role and assumes many forms. From use as a main ingredient to a cleaning source, manufacturers across the world require sizeable amounts of water on a daily basis.
It is therefore imperative that water and wastewater across the food and beverage industry is dealt with in the most cost-effective manner, either through reuse or compliant discharge, to ultimately reduce costs.
Arvia’s unique Nyex™ treatment systems are modular in nature and have been designed for ease of transport and installation inside or outside a food or beverage plant. They can be supplied stand-alone, skid mounted or submerged into larger tanks, dependant on available footprint and flow rates. Systems can be moved as the business grows or more modules added over time to ensure optimal treatment within the manufacturing environment, where requirements can often change.
Nyex™ treatment systems are optimised to ensure that effluent regulations are consistently met for colour and COD with a targeted, low-maintenance process which does not require chemical dosing or produce secondary waste.
As hygiene standards are paramount in the food and beverage industry, Arvia’s systems are fully enclosed and emit no odour, ensuring these standards can be maintained.
Treated water can be recycled from boiler or cooler processes and reused again or circulated around the business for cleaning purposes. This simultaneously reduces water intake and wastewater discharge, saving substantial operational costs.
The combination of adsorption and oxidation provides a targeted treatment of persistent organics and also preferentially removes colour from supplies to enable eco-friendly environmental discharge.
Water pollution occurs when harmful substances contaminate waterways, degrading water quality and rendering it toxic to humans or the environment...