Industrial Waste Treatment
BI Pure Water designs on-site waste treatment systems and systems that increase process efficiency rather than relying on waste disposal that involves continuously transporting or dumping waste effluent. Some systems may be designed to recover water, nutrients or generate energy. Effluent from one process might be perfectly suitable for reuse in another process on site. With the proper treatment, a significant proportion of industrial on-site process water can be re-used or pollutants destroyed with new technologies.
We have designed a package treatment skid for dewatering mine tailings and built an SO2 cyanide detox plant. Currently exploring selenium destruction and ammonia treatment in cold environments.
Pharmaceutical & Cosmetic
Mineral wastes can be rendered non-toxic, and the biological and chemical oxidation demand of wastewaters reduced, which eliminates expensive waste disposal.
High Salinity (Marine) Wastewaters
Heavy metals are common in water from washing ship hulls and in dredged seawater. Our systems remove heavy or specific metals from saline waters.
Brewery and winery
Wastewater from breweries or wineries usually requires separating and diverting through different streams. See our MBR treatment for recommended system.
Oil & Gas/Fracking water
Frack waters are relatively easy to treat with our UF/RO system, creating a permeate suitable for release or reuse. We can also treat oil and gas wastewaters after primary treatment when further clarification is needed.
More about our frack water system
After dewatering and primary treatment, difficult-to-destroy landfill leachates are rendered non-toxic with our proprietary advanced oxidation process.
Agriculture & Fisheries
Systems that are working to recycle fishery and domestic animal wastewater. Also chlorination systems for purifying greenhouse water for reuse.
Custom Waste Treatment
We are specialists at designing custom waste treatment systems and experts at the variety of technologies available that work. Ask us about your difficult waste problem.