Why should you consider upgrading your Waste Water Treatment Plant?
Even if your system meets your company's sustainability and treatment goals for your local POTW or federal emission restrictions, there are several main reasons why you should consider upgrading Waste Water Treatment Plant.
The main reason for modernizingtreatment facilities is to improve wastewater standards which can be understood as to improve standards for wastewater flowing into the environment. Not only organic pollution but also environmental protection is required more and more.
Aged equipment and technology:
If you are using an older control panel, your sewer system can be at risk. There is a possibility of production suspension. After all, the purpose of wastewater treatment plants is to comply with important emission limits. If this is not possible, the company may have to stop production due to an older processor. If you are using an older control panel, your sewer system can be at risk.
These options prove to be of great value to facility operators who need to divide the time between wastewater treatment and product manufacturing. Whether you're building engine components for airplanes, cars, or tractors, or eating and drinking, milk, beer and automation can save you a lot of time in your facility.
We found that some customers were overusing chemicals because the wastewater treatment process did not match the production cycle. Instead of looking at the timing of chemical administration, they continued to use more and more chemicals. Working with automation can remove some guesswork, eliminate misunderstandings, and reduce the risk of costly operator errors.
1. User Interface Improvements
You need an intuitive and easy-to-use wastewater control panel. A new operations manager or wastewater treatment plant operator can simply search the manual or contact us with a small question.
2. Integrate a new process
Suppose a system was installed 20 years ago and added a new process. One thing you might not have considered is the central control that is being maintained. To update the programming techniques. Programmers, electrical engineers, system designers, and have engineers are all in-house, make sure that the control panel depending on the needs are properly program.
By adding new steps to the treatment process, you can update your program whether you have developed the system or not. You can use secure remote monitoring which can help you troubleshoot problems that may occur. It's not just cheap. It also enables real-time support on the same day during business hours.
Reduce costs and risks with the new wastewater treatment control panel if you do not update the control panel, you can incur significant costs. Costs included:
3. When electricity bills are rising
One of the other main factors of upgrading WWTP is paying higher energy costs for the same amount of work due to older equipment and old technologies.
4. Increased Effluent Standards
Regulators throughout the world are placing stricter discharge limits on industrial and municipal wastewater treatment plants to improve the standard of effluent which enters the environment. Not only organic pollution but also environmental protection is required more and more. For example, the European Water Framework Directive aims to raise nitrogen and phosphorus removal standards and change sludge treatment rules. If your WWTP’s are failing to discharge the effluent according to local discharge guidelines, it should be changed.
5. Old equipment and technology
Many existing sewage treatment plants have been in operation for several years and have been plagued by lack of investment. This means they are using older equipment and technology that may no longer be cost effective. In these situations, it is more cost effective to modernize the wastewater treatment plant and adopt a holistic approach to replace existing systems with new, efficient devices and technologies. This reduces maintenance effort, reduces operating costs, improves process results, and has a very short ROI.
For more information, contact Netsol Water.