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MASDAR: Chemical Treatment

The system consist of:

•      3 Acid Lift Stations

•      1 Solvent Lift Station

•      Solvent Collection Cabinet

•      Omega-pH treatment station

•      complete control station equipped with SCADA system.

Process:

Automate installed a system to collect and dispose the waste using state of the art technology to combine and neutralize streams for recycling and ensure stream is below the level of concentration to be considered waste. This system consist of several lift or pump stations which collect waste from the hoods and transfer it to the much larger liquid waste holding tank which will be configured to balance the pH of the solution and dilute the ionic content to levels low enough for disposal as non hazardous waste. The concentrated solvent waste cannot be diluted in this manner, so it is cost effective to keep this waste in the most concentrated form for recycling or full incineration. The dilute solvent waste will contain levels of solvent well below the threshold levels to be considered as waste and can therefore be disposed of as standard lab waste, however this waste must be kept from disposal until it can be verified that levels do not exceed those set by regulatory agencies.

 

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MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE TREATMENT PLANT Saida

The Municipal Solid waste (MSW) treatment plant is the overall intention to design a suitable process technique and install the best available technique in order to maximize the valuable outputs as well as the minimization of environmental impacts. The biological treatment, the organic rich fraction, is treated anaerobically. During this digestion process the organic substance is decomposed by means of microorganisms and opposed to an aerobic process biogas is produced, which can be used for the generation of heat and electricity (CHP). Additionally, a comprehensive management of waste water and waste air is provided in order to reduce emissions from the plant as far as possible

 

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SUKOMI

Flare Control and Gas Analysis System
 
SUKOMI International
 

The efficiency of biogenic production processes and optimum operation of the plant largely depends on continuous monitoring of the biogas composition. 

The Set BGA analyzes CH4 and CO2 using the proven ULTRAMAT 23 IR analyzer. 

 

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