Hospitals, healthcare centers and clinics require specialized treatments for their discharges, due to the potentially dangerous nature of their effluent. As a result, hospitals’ wastewater treatment constitutes a higher priority than that of the average household consumption.
Hospital wastewater treatment.
In addition to bacteria and antibiotic-resistant organisms, in hospital wastewater there are harmful substances such as mercury, anesthetics, disinfectants, antibiotics. This is the reason why it is necessary to evaluate the polluting load in the daily wastewater flow of hospitals.
Besides sewage treatments, Salher supplies a wider range of specific treatments, such as ultrafiltration, lamellar decantation, physicochemical, disinfection treatment and UV treatment. These will be customized to provide supplementary safety measures in compliance with the discharge requirements of sewage water.
Adrar Hospital (Algeria)
Modular WWTP for 1.000 beds.
Manta Hospital (Ecuador)
Complete WWTP for 200 beds.
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Several research studies warn of the adverse effects of pollution generated by pharmaceutical production plants on the environment, such as the extinction of certain species or the spread of antimicrobial resistance, which could put human health at risk. To control...
Salher has commissioned its latest project to treat water generated by an agri-food industry in Guatemala
Salher's most recent project in Guatemala consists of a treatment plant to reduce the generation of wastewater in the manufacturing process of an agri-food industry dedicated to the production of banana purée. For this purpose, this WWTPi includes a biological reactor...
Salher has supplied a plant to treat a flow of 2500 m3 per day of wastewater generated by a dairy industry. Until the plant is commissioned, the company has developed a virtual tour of the WWTP to facilitate the installation and assembly phases, detailing the...
Salher's latest project to treat domestic wastewater generated by a student campus in Nigeria incorporates a reuse system for the irrigation of the complex's green areas into the basic treatment line. In recent years, the commitment to this type of treated water reuse...
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