Potable Water Treatment
Water is a vital resource, bit only 3 % of the water on our planet is fresh. Of these reserves, just 10 % can be exploited economically. It is estimated that 1.1 billion people lack access to clean drinking water and there is a water shortage in already 30 countries. Water is the most vital raw material of the 21st century. Accordingly, a secure water supply is regarded as one of the most important global objectives for the coming years.
Today, a secure drinking water supply is impossible without the use of the latest technology In many locations. Innovative technologies for the treatment of drinking water as well as water reuse are gaining in importance in all the world’s regions.
Industrial Water Treatment
Water is an important production factor. In industry water is required that corresponds with the differing needs of respective processes. The spectrum of industrial water ranges from cooling and boiler feed water in power stations and process water for a wide range of industrial uses to ultra pure water for the electronics and pharmaceutical industries.
We can supply a tailor-made solution for each specific task. LBTEC offers an extensive portfolio of treatment processes for the securing of the quantitative and qualitative supply of water to industrial companies, covering virtually every need from conventional processes to high-performance systems (e.g. membrane processes). We attach special value to reliable, low-maintenance systems that offer high economy.
Municipal Wastewater Treatment
Our rivers, lakes and vital drinking water reserves are increasingly at risk due to environmental factors. Sufficient protection can only be guaranteed if wastewater is largely decontaminated. Today, technological progress is increasingly broadening the range of possibilities offered by classic environmental protection. The ecological focus is on water protection and the multiple use of wastewater.
LBTEC productions ensure that only clean water is discharged into rivers. In addition, through a combination of innovative treatment processes, we facilitate the reutilisation of wastewater for industrial and municipal purposes and thus the conservation of resources.
Modern wastewater treatment plants are highly efficient and their discharges are virtually solids-free. Sewage sludge is created as a resultant by-product and this possesses considerable potential for use as a source of energy and nutrients. However, a prerequisite for the employment of sewage sludge is correct treatment, which above al reduces or removes the high water content (> 95%), the pollutant load, pathogen bacteria and malodorous substances.