Chemical-physical waste treatment plant

In the chemical-physical waste treatment plant, inorganic wastes that can be pumped are treated in a chemical-physical process in such a way that the effluents can be drawn into the produced public sewer in compliance with the statutory regulations for discharge without causing damage to the environment.


As a result of chemical reactions during the aqueous phase, noxious substances contained in the wastes are oxidised, reduced, neutralised and extracted, when necessary. For chemical reactions, there are four mixing reactors available, each 10 m³.


Following chemical treatment, the neutralised mixture of waste is drained off into the basin for collection (total volume approx. 250 m³) for sedimentation, the sludge is dehydrated by means of a chamber filter press.


The resulting effluent is lead through an activated carbon/gravel filter and prior to discharge into the sewer analysed in accordance with the statutory regulations for discharge.


The equipment of the plant enables the acceptance of several tanker loads per day - depending on the combination of waste. Smaller amounts of waste can be delivered in various containers.



Chemisch-Physikalische AbfallbehandlungsanlageChemical-physical waste treatment plant
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AVG's high-temperature incineration plant is the focal point of an efficient disposal centre. In addition to the incineration process, we treat 30,000 tonnes of inorganic liquids or oil-and-water mixtures every year. Companies with a wide spectrum of hazardous wastes benefit particularly from this.