Simpson Environmental offers cost-effective and efficient water treatment applications applicable across a wide range of industries to deal with wastewater effluent in an economic and environmentally sensitive way.

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Beef Slaughterhouse

Food Processing, Water Treatment, Canada

The client had an existing DAF treatment system for its wastewater treatment. Annual haulage costs were in the order of $1.2 Million to remove the residual sludge from the property. Internal labour costs were an additional $20,000 per annum. Simpson installed four Volute dewatering screw presses designed to process up to 30,000 gallons per day […]
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Cheese Factories

Food Processing, Water Treatment, Canada

Dairy processing can create high organic loading in factory wastewater streams. For one cheese maker, wastewater contained both suspended and dissolved solids, and COD, TSS and TDS were measured at 8,000 mg/l, 2,000 mg/l and 6,600 mg/l respectively. The loading was equivalent to that of a small town with a population of 3,000 people. With […]
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M&R Eggs

Food Processing, Water Treatment, United States

Fort Recovery Equity Inc. operates a major regional egg grading and packaging operation under the name M&R Eggs. The plant gathers in eggs from some 35 producers who are members of a Co-op, cleans, grades and packages this produce into various configurations and ships the final product to retail customers across the USA in refrigerated […]
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Commercial Slaugherhouses, Al Ramedi and Kabala

Potable Water, Water Treatment, Iraq

Simpson Environmental Corp., through an affiliated company in Baghdad, Iraq was selected as the preferred vendor and subsequently was contracted to supply process wastewater and treatment systems for two brand new slaughterhouses being constructed for the Ministry of Agricultures. The wastewater systems were specified to handle 100 gallons per minute in effluent and included chemical […]
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Barry Callebault

Food Processing, Water Treatment, Canada

This chocolate factory faced potential penalties and surcharges from excess FOG’s in their municipal wastewater discharges. The customer tested centrifuge and belt press technologies that proved unsuccessful. The wastewater contained 2,000 mg/l of TSS. The Volute system was piloted on site and with appropriate pH adjustments and polymer applications was cleaning the wastewater and reducing […]
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