We make wastewater ready for release using engineering and chemistry across our solution development process.
WTS’ water chemistry experts deploy a suite of solutions based on samples of untreated water. Solutions include state-of-the-art simulation, monitoring and control technologies, as well as water chemistry technologies developed specifically for these applications.
Once properly treated, wastewater can be safely released into a body of water, used for irrigation or reuse.
Before wastewater can be released into a river, lake, sea, or irrigation system, contaminants need to be removed. Contaminants include bacteria & viruses, fats, oils & grease (FOG), metals, hydrocarbons, PFAS, and other industrial chemicals, solids and nutrients.
Engaging water chemistry experts like WTS is imperative when approaching the release of wastewater as a regent applied to treat one contaminant may be a hazard or negatively impact other treatment processes downstream.
WTS has a range of high-performance water treatment technologies at our disposal. Each developed to exceed the standards of regulatory bodies and neutralise potentially hazardous wastewaters from:
Our suite of solutions includes;
We work with you to define what success means. Goals may include:
We typically employ our proprietary process control and remote sensing technologies for monitoring and optimising of our solutions.