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industrial wastewater
treatment plants.


Every industrial water treatment
project may be different.

Even for the same industry.

More often than not, an industrial wastewater treatment project of the same or similar industry will require complete design-and-build efforts, or at least some extent of customised content of an existing design. Our Group and partners in the region are able to assess your project requirements and provide design-and-build design expertise and turnkey engineering/EPC services for your industrial wastewater treatment needs. Sales enquiry →

Every industrial

Biological treatment process.

Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR) process.

SBR plants are designed to have a 5-stage process cycle – fill, react, settle, decant, idle – treating the wastewater within the same tank (or within multiple tanks in parallel) to digest and remove contaminants including Total Suspended Solids (TSS), Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD), nitrogen, phosphorous, ammonia etc to meet regulatory discharge standards. The batch-process is controlled by process time intervals, and dissolved oxygen is injected to aid aeration in the tank. SBR technology is long established, and is a robust biological method to treat a wide spectrum of industrial wastewater.


Biological treatment process.

Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) process.

MBBR process uses thousands of biofilm carriers (made of polyethylene or other materials) in mixed motion within an aerated wastewater treatment tank. The biocarriers provide large internal surface collectively to promote and support the growth of heterotrophic and autotrophic bacteria, which break down the organic matters in the wastewater. It is a proven and highly effective wastewater treatment process that are efficient, reliable and save substantial footprint for the same treatment capacities required by other conventional methods.


Biological treatment process.

Treating wastewater of a wide
spectrum of industries.

Apart from handling sewage at ease, SBR and MBBR treatment methods are capable of treating challenging wastewater from numerous industrial sectors to meet some most stringent discharge standards of the developed nations. They have been adopted across the globe today and are some most reliable methods compared with a certain state-of-the-art membrane reactor technologies.


SBR application.

Treating wastewater from fragrance
and flavours production.


Our team has designed and executed a 140m3/day wastewater treatment on an EPC basis, in the outskirts of Jakarta, Indonesia, for a well-known American fragrance and flavours production company. We adopted SBR process to handle the contaminated wastewater from the production line, meeting the stringent effluent discharge parameters required by our client, beyond the local regulatory standards.

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