Waste Water Treatment
Ampac USA advances wastewater treatment engineering beyond conventional, passive systems by using the state-of-the-art in physical, chemical and biological technologies. Through automation, constant monitoring and close control of key steps, the treatment process achieves significant reduction in retention time (settling, reaction, separation), space requirements, operational attention and ultimately, cost.
Ampac USA tailor-fits solutions to specific wastewater mitigation problems, starting with an in-depth evaluation of the wastewater analysis report. A treatment regime is then designed, and if needed, a bench-scale pilot trial is performed to validate the designed regime.
Once relevant validations are obtained, the treatment system is constructed and delivered, for installation and commissioning by the operators/ owners. Calibration and optimization of the system is performed until optimal performance is achieved, and the end-users typically continue close monitoring for the first year of operation.
Ampac USA solves a wide range of wastewater problems including:
- Black water from E&P (exploration and production) typically involving advanced oil-water separation technologies
- Black and grey water from industrial operations typically involving dynamic sequencing batch reactors (SBR)
- Food manufacturing and other high-organic content wastewater, potentially through membrane bioreactors (MBR)
- Water reclamation, a value-adding activity increasingly used worldwide to mitigate the depletion of groundwater sources, using reverse osmosis after initial mitigation of contaminants