A small selection of our plants should give a first impression. Since 1987 all TIA plants have been designed and built for individual operations.
We are pleased that customers from many countries choose our wastewater treatment plants. Delivery and installation as well as commissioning abroad are no problem for us.
In addition to the construction of complete wastewater treatment plants for full and preliminary purification (from 20 m³/day to 7,500 m³/day or 150,000 EG), we have carried out a number of extensions and renovations of existing wastewater treatment plants in the following sectors:
Here you can see some of our implemented wastewater projects of various types for a first overview of our range of services. More detailed information on the projects and the processes used is available on request.
For a Mövenpick hotel on the Red Sea in Egypt, a decentralised fully biological treatment plant with subsequent water treatment was installed. The quality of the water allows it to be reused e.g. for irrigation, car washing, laundry etc. All hotel waste water is pumped from a central pump sump to the first treatment stage. After the biological process the first quality with a COD <100mg/l is reached. In the next step, the water is further treated by sand filters and chlorination to achieve the second quality. In the last step the water is treated with a UF membrane, so that all germs are separated and the third water quality is reached.
Pekabesko has been processing meat into meat products since 1975. This process produces heavily polluted waste water. The production plant is not connected to a municipal sewage network, so that the treated wastewater has to be discharged into a nearby body of water. This poses particular challenges for the type and reliability of the wastewater treatment in order to protect the water body safely from contamination. In order to put the company's internal wastewater treatment on a new footing, Pekabesko has chosen a fully biological TIA wastewater treatment plant. With a permanent COD value of <100 mg/l, the treated wastewater is discharged into the water body without polluting it.
The wastewater treatment plant at the Paul Mertens dairy serves to pre-treat the wastewater from production. A COD value of less than 700 mg/L must be reliably achieved in the treated wastewater in order to meet the requirements of the authorities. The controllable bioreactor (CCBR - Capacity Controlled Bio-Reactor) developed by TIA was used here. The biomass is stabilized in an ARS reactor and added to the bioreactor in a controlled manner. The capacity can thus be controlled from 30 to 150%. Flotation is used to separate the biomass in the outlet.