Drinking Water Treatment Plant, Slaughterhouse

Drinking Water Treatment Plant, Slaughterhouse in Galati county

The use of contaminated water with various bacteria, nitrites, nitrates or other negative factors can substantially affect the normal evolution of animal health, as well as the quality of the resulting products.
Also, the way we maintain an animal or plant organism that will later be introduced into food consumption ultimately influences human health.

In the case of a pig breeding and slaughtehouse, C & V Water Control implemented complex for the physical and chemical treatment of raw water, dimensioned for a flow rate of 80 m3 / h.

The main problems identified following the drilling water analysis report were the following parameters: Fe2 +, Fe3 + (0.4 mg / l), NH4 + (3.5 mg / l), Na + (496.3 mg / l) Yellow color and the presence of humic acids.

For the removal of manganese, ammonium and humic acids, a sodium hypochlorite dosing plant with a maximum active chlorine content was used.

The advantage of this method is to increase the oxidation rate of manganese as well as to remove ammonium and humic acids to provide antibacterial protection.