Sustainable and compliant wastewater treatment operations in the laundry and textile industry can save you time and money.
Commercial laundries and textile manufacturing plants require high water usage. The contaminated wastewater (grit, soil, grease, detergents and dyes) is often very concentrated, creating a heavy load on municipal wastewater treatment systems. Most authorities will stipulate strict sewer discharge limits for the industry.
Aerofloat’s expertise in understanding the contaminants found in laundry and textile wastewater can help to design a compliant solution for your business and create opportunities for wastewater reuse, saving you on both trade waste charges and water usage costs.
Aerofloat understands the complexities of inks and dyes in wastewater after completing a large project for Visy in a remote part of New Zealand, where the manufacturing plant was not connected to the sewer line. The local authorities insisted that the heavily contaminated process wastewater be treated to a level suitable for discharge. Aerofloat treated this inky wastewater to a quality not only suitable for irrigation purposes, but also for reuse in the starch makeup and the boiler feed – resulting in a closed loop recycle system.
Aerofloat’s engineers are also experts in greywater systems which contains laundry wastewater and Aerofloat has completed the rigorous certification testing program to comply with AS 4995-2009. The 10 week testing program was independently conducted by the University of New South Wales in 2010.
Contact Aerofloat today to discuss your wastewater treatment needs.