Are you looking for a waste water treatment company in Melbourne? You have come to the right place. At Freshwater Systems, we specialise in managing and distributing water treatment equipment. We are a South Australian-owned and operated business that will not disappoint you. Our team consists of 24 staff members, including the board of directors and the management team. We have been in the industry for over 30 years, but our management team has over 65 years of experience. This means that we have worked on many projects and no job is too big or small for us.
Our team has cemented a primary position in the Total Water Management industry for customising water treatment equipment to meet our clients’ needs. We take pride in delivering quality products and superior workmanship. We are local leaders in the industry, but we are gaining traction throughout wider Australia. Let us help you with your waste water treatment needs.
Our waste water treatment in Melbourne involves using Dissolved Air Floatation (DAF). DAF is the process used for treating effluents to reduce suspended solids and grease concentrations to an acceptable level for sewer discharge. We use air to reduce the solids’ density, accelerating the gravity separation of the contaminants from the water phase. The waste water requires chemical preconditioning to ensure the pollutants are in the perfect condition for separation. At Freshwater Systems, we manufacture DAF Units for projects ranging from courts and food processing plants to large abattoirs and dairy product plants. Our waste water treatment projects include Adelie Oval, Myer Centre, Drake Meats, and Alpha Flight Services. Our team believes in providing a holistic service to your system to ensure it performs at total capacity. So, we will visit you on-site and discuss your needs. Our systems differ in size and capabilities, but we promise to deliver quality and reliable units.
Waste water treatment in Melbourne involves the removal of impurities from sewage water before it reaches aquifers or natural bodies. Waste water can include contaminants from residential and commercial use. If left untreated, the chemical compounds and pathogens in waste water can harm animals, plants, and humans living near water bodies. Adequately treated waste water is a source of water for many purposes. Waste water treatment simply allows water to be reused instead of going to waste.
While nature does its best to purify water, there is too much pollution for it to handle. The expanding global population is too large that pollution grows daily. So, nature cannot keep up with naturally processing the excessive amount of waste water. Waste water treatment facilities speed up the natural process of purifying water, ensuring the world has ample clean water.