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Waste water treatment

Cleaning line avoids effluent disposal - new waste water treatment plant spares the environment.

Our OA-53 team in Dahlewitz, Germany does everything from substantial repairs and crack inspections through to elaborate cleaning using chemical baths and special equipment. A by-product of this activity is thousands of litres of effluent every year. This cannot be discharged into the sewers and has to be disposed of by a specialist firm.

A waste water treatment plant opened at the site in 2012 now purifies the waste water so it can be channelled back to the cleaning line. This is cutting the amount of waste requiring disposal by half and saving around 50,000 euros per year. Due to the low maintenance and repair costs, investment in this facility will have paid for itself in just two and a half years.

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