These compact plants reliably neutralise industrial and commercial wastewater to the permissible pH value of 6.5–10.

Split-O-Mat® NOM wastewater neutralisation 

Alkaline or acidic wastewater is produced during cleaning or rinsing processes and must be neutralised before discharge to prevent corrosion in the sewer. Depending on the specific task, the treatment can be carried out in batch or continuous operation modes.

After the final pH check, the neutralised wastewater can be discharged into the sewerage system.

Plant features

  • Output: 1–60 m³/hour
  • Batch- or continuous-operation plant, depending on application and requirements
  • Compact design in high-quality, robust construction
  • Easy operation and process visualisation thanks to Asic® Colour touchscreen panel with Split-O-Mat® operating software
  • PLC programmable logic controller (Siemens, model S7-1215)
  • Measurement and documentation of pH value, temperature and wastewater quantity

For plant operation:

Application areas:

Many industrial and commercial applications. Examples:

  • Food industry (large bakeries, breweries, etc.)
  • Catering operations
  • Beverage industry
  • Laboratories
  • Industrial laundries

Reference projects

International project implemented – despite pandemic

In the meat industry, for example, wastewater with a high organic load is produced during the cleaning of production plants.

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Moroccan dairy cuts carbon footprint by recycling liquid waste

A large dairy uses a tailor-made plant solution from EnviroChemie to recycle its liquid waste and efficiently reduce energy consumption and operating costs.

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Treating vapour condensate – reducing water footprint

A multi-national dairy co-operative wanted to treat its vapour condensate sustainably at a German site and thus reduce its fresh water requirements and operating costs.

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Energy from wastewater

The Norrmejerier dairies generate energy, conserve resources and reduce operating costs using a Biomar® anaerobic wastewater treatment system.

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The hidden potential in dairies

Dairies use water for many different stages in the production process. There are often potential savings to be made here in terms of resources and energy. To achieve this, however, an integral view is required, since the cycles used in dairies, which have often grown over the years, are highly…

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Saving water: full water recycling for a cosmetics manufacturer

A global corporation recycles 90% of the wastewater at its Brazilian cosmetics production site and reuses it in its production processes.

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Recycling glazes from rinsing concentrates for Villeroy & Boch

At its Mettlach site, Villeroy & Boch is able to treat and recycle glazes recovered from its rinsing water using an Envopur® microfiltration plant from EnviroChemie.

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Cost-optimised wastewater treatment in the optical industry

ZEISS Sport Optics considerably reduces disposal costs at its Wetzlar site by using a compact Lugan® 20,000 flotation plant from EnviroChemie.

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Mine water treatment for SUEK coal mine

EnviroChemie provided the plant technology for mine water treatment, including water recycling, for a coal mine operated by SUEK, one of Russia’s largest coal producers.

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Treating and recycling wastewater pays off for CWS-boco

Energy-efficient and sustainable wastewater treatment and water recycling for laundry CWS-boco at its Solingen site, Germany

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