Neutralization of water and sewage, sewage neutralizer
Neutralization (neutralization reaction) - a chemical reaction between an acid and a base that leads to a change in the pH of the reaction medium towards a more neutral reaction.
According to the regulation of the Minister of the Environment, the pH range of treated wastewater discharged into the sewage system should be between 6,5 and 8,0. If the pH of the sewage does not meet the above requirement, it should be neutralized.
Sewage neutralization and water is a key process in water waste management. IN Navotech we offer services and solutions that help neutralize wastewater, leading to a change in the pH of the reaction environment towards a more neutral reaction.
Application: Wastewater neutralization is a chemical process between an acid and a base. This is essential for wastewater that does not meet pH requirements. According to the regulation of the Minister of the Environment, the pH range of treated wastewater discharged into the sewage system should be between 6,5 and 8,0. If the pH of the effluent does not meet the above requirement, it should be neutralized.
Waste water neutralizer - Advantages: Wastewater treatment is essential to maintain a safe and healthy environment. Incorrect effluent pH can lead to a range of problems, including corrosion of pipes, damage to systems sewage treatment and negative impact on the natural environment. The neutralization process helps prevent these problems by ensuring that the wastewater is safe for further treatment or disposal. This also applies to sewage delivered to sewage treatment plant z cesspool export in places where there is no sewage system.
At Navotech, we are proud of our commitment to environmental protection and providing solutions that help our customers meet or exceed environmental standards.