SUEZ Water - Water Technologies & Water

Wastewater Treatment Systems

Whether municipal or industrial, SUEZ understands your challenges and recognizes the opportunities of creating sustainable solutions for wastewater treatment.

Meet regulations by safely recovering wastewater for reuse or discharge

Safeguarding natural resources (like rivers, lakes, and more) is an important part of wastewater treatment solutions. As your business partner, SUEZ helps customers by providing waterwaste systems to meet ever increasing environmental, regulatory, and financial pressures.

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What this means for you:

  • Leverage a complete set of solutions (chemical, equipment, and services) from one provider
  • Contribute to a sustainable water supply that reduces discharge by increasing reuse opportunities
  • Reduce energy consumption and footprint with innovative membrane solutions
  • Treat and clean severely impaired water
  • Improves uptime while reducing maintenance time and costs
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Featured Wastewater Treatment Products

Reduce total selenium to low single-digit ppb levels with a single step process

SUEZ’s ABMet process enables customers in the Power (FGD), Mining and other industries to meet the strictest selenium discharge limits in one simple step with minimal operating costs and operator attention. In addition, ABMet removes nitrate and metals including mercury and arsenic.

ABMet’s innovative seed culture, specially formulated nutrient, and biofilter design provide one time seeding, fast startup, and reliable performance.

With 17 years of experience, development, and a proven global installation base, ABMet is trusted for selenium removal.

ABMet Features

ABMet for FGD Wastewater

  • Proven solution to consistently meet discharge limits in EPA’s proposed ELG for FGD wastewater
  • Effective nitrate removal
  • Effective mercury and arsenic polishing
  • Non-hazardous waste solids easily processed by the Phys-Chem solids handling system
  • Direct discharge without pre or post treatment
  • Proven performance at TDS concentrations greater than 35,000 mg/l

ABMet for Mining Waters

  • Modular pre-fabricated design for installation in remote locations
  • Direct discharge without pre-treatment or post-treatment
  • Remote process monitoring with SUEZ’s Insight platform
  • Only one consumable product (all-in-one nutrient product)
  • Low volume solids waste to non-hazardous disposal
  • Performance at temperatures down to 4°C (39°F) and effluent selenium down to below 4 µg/l

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Advanced clarification aids for water treatment to reduce sludge volume and improve water quality

SUEZ’s extensive portfolio of coagulants, flocculants and custom-designed polymers help remove organic color, iron, suspended solids, and hardness from influent water. In wastewater treatment these clarification aids help with the removal of many other contaminants as well, such as oil, phosphate and heavy metals. In raw water applications, SUEZ polymer products help to eliminate the need for pH adjustment, decreases the load on demineralizers, increase filter throughout, and significantly reduce sludge volume.

Flocculation and Coagulation process

Suspended matter in raw water supplies is removed by various methods to provide a water suitable for domestic purposes and industrial requirements. The suspended matter can consist of large solids, settable by gravity alone without any external aids, and nonsettleable material, often colloidal in nature. Different variations and types of coagulants and flocculants can be used to remove these materials.

What is coagulation in water treatment?

Coagulation is the process of destabilization by charge neutralization. Once neutralized, particles no longer repel each other and can be brought together. Coagulation is necessary for the removal of the colloidal-sized suspended matter and can be accomplished through the addition of inorganic salts of aluminum or iron. These inorganic salts neutralize the charge on the particles causing raw water turbidity, and hydrolyze to form insoluble precipitates, which entrap particles. Coagulation can also be affected by the addition of water-soluble organic polymers with numerous ionized sites for particle charge neutralization.

What is flocculation in water treatment?

Flocculation is the process of bringing together the destabilized, or coagulated, particles to for a larger agglomeration, or floc. Flocculation can be enhanced by the addition of high-molecular-weight, water-soluble organic polymers, these polymers increase floc size by charged site binding and by molecular bridging.

Coagulant and Flocculant Features

SUEZ’s coagulant and flocculant products, used together with an in-depth system audit, engineering application and operational recommendations provide the following benefits:

  • Reduces fouling by solids, organics, microbiological materials and colloids
  • Increases settling rates
  • Improves filter performance
  • Reduces sludge volume
  • Improves efficiency in boiler and cooling systems
  • Improves the performance of scale inhibitors
  • Improves process operations
  • Produces cleaner, safer drinking water

Types of Coagulants and Flocculants

The coagulation and flocculation process can occur naturally in some cases or be enhanced by the addition of coagulant and flocculant aids. SUEZ offers a comprehensive portfolio of coagulants, flocculants and custom-designed polymers that aid the flocculation and coagulation process:

  • KlarAid* Coagulants – Highly charged inorganic, organic and custom blended coagulants for clarification of industrial water and wastewater.
  • PolyFloc* Flocculants – High molecular weight clarification and dewatering polymers.
  • Novus* Flocculants – Proprietary high molecular weight clarification and dewatering.

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Recover more from your high total suspended solids (TSS) and high silica source water

If your source water is challenging due to high total suspended solids (TSS) or high silica, electrodialysis reversal (EDR) for drinking water can provide high water recovery, reducing the strain in water scarce areas.

Because of the polarity reversal design, EDR for wastewater reuse is a self-cleaning, durable membrane system ideal for turbid wastewater. EDR technology achieves high water recovery for water scarce areas and SUEZ’s wastewater EDR systems reclaim more than 20 million gallons per day (75,000 m3/day) of wastewater for other uses.

What is the Electrodialysis Process?

For brackish water or wastewater with moderate concentrations of dissolved ions, electrodialysis, or EDR, is an excellent option to achieving superior treated water quality. Electrodialysis is an advanced membrane technology process that utilizes ion movement to desalinate water. EDR systems are rugged, with very long membrane life and require significantly less pretreatment than spiral wound membranes while having the ability to achieve very high water recoveries.

EDR Product Features

  • High water recovery design efficiently processes source water and generates low concentrate volume for disposal
  • Rugged systems are less sensitive than reverse osmosis (RO) to particulates and metal oxides
  • Targets arsenic, fluoride, radium and nitrate removal for potable water applications
  • Long membrane life (typically 20+ years for potable water installations) for a lower cost of ownership
  • Chlorine-resistant membranes are tolerant to disinfection, allowing use on challenging waters
  • Wastewater reclamation reduces waste discharges and water use charges
  • Effectively treats rejects and blowdowns
  • Easy to control salt removal and product quality by adjusting amount of electricity applied to membrane stack

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Lower energy costs, increase productivity, and lower your footprint with our latest Membrane Bioreactor (MBR)

LEAPmbr* builds on 25 years of membrane bioreactor experience to deliver the most advanced MBR solution to date. It dramatically lowers energy costs, increases productivity, and offers a flexible design that can fit within a smaller footprint than conventional MBR technology. See how SUEZ offers our wastewater treatment customers the lowest cost of ownership in the industry.

LEAPmbr Features

At its core, LEAPmbr uses our leading ZeeWeed* membrane while incorporating significant innovations that take wastewater treatment to the next level.

  • Boost your productivity15% with our latest ZeeWeed membrane.
  • Save on construction costs with a flexible design that reduces your membrane bioreactor footprint by 20%.
  • Simplify your design by reducing membrane aeration equipment and controls by 50%.
  • Reduce your operating costs with a 30% energy savings.
  • Have the confidence of the strongest, most reliable membrane in the industry.

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Deploying mobile water treatment trailers to your pre-planned or emergency outage in 3 hours

Whether a scheduled outage or an emergency need, your operations need guaranteed water quality and quantity. Complying with environmental regulations and handling various influent waters, SUEZ’s fleet of trailer-based systems can meet your scheduled, temporary, or emergency water needs. Even in the middle of the night, SUEZ can deploy mobile water treatment systems within 3 hours (plus travel time).

Mobile Water Treatment Features:

SUEZ's mobile water treatment solutions fall into four system categories: resin, membrane, filtration, and other water treatment. Routine applications include:

  • Clarifier by-pass / outage projects requiring total suspended solids (TSS) removal
  • Boiler feedwater to all levels of purity
  • Deoxygenation of feedwater
  • Condensate polishing
  • Total organic carbon (TOC) removal
  • Water recycling
  • Steam blow boiler make up
  • Water availability ahead of permanent plant commissioning
  • Special applications where improvements in water quality or quantity can provide value for your processes
  • Wastewater treatment

SUEZ has a mobile water treatment fleet with more than 800 units in service, designed to treat water sources and provide pure water for critical industrial processes. Mobile fleets can be used for both planned and unplanned downtime to ensure customers can continue operation. Just like industries and municipalities around the world, you too can rely on SUEZ mobile water to deliver a wide range of water treatment solutions, including:

  • Emergency outages or equipment failure
  • Planned outages for equipment repair
  • Seasonal demands and product expansion
  • Plant start-ups
  • Changes in raw water quality
  • Sudden changes in effluent specifications
  • Augmentation/expansion of existing water plant
  • Regeneration and cleaning

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Remove mercury, lead, and other heavy metals from your industrial waste streams

Metals in waste streams don't naturally degrade and are toxic to aquatic life, even at low concentrations. SUEZ provides wastewater treatment programs for industrial facility operators to reduce heavy metals in waste streams to help ensure regulatory compliance. Metals that can be removed include soluble and/or particulate heavy metals, such as lead, copper, chromium, iron, manganese, mercury, nickel and zinc.

How to Remove Heavy Metals From Water (Application and Treatment)

Proper application and treatment programs for removing heavy metals from water depend on many factors. These factors include the understanding, monitoring and documenting of operational conditions and the impact of wastewater variability on performance. When assessing your needs, SUEZ will bring firsthand knowledge of your system and how best to apply our water treatment products.

Metals Removal Product Features

  • Remove heavy metals from wastewater over a wide pH range
  • Reduce treatment costs
  • Helps meet regulatory requirements
  • Reduces potential for future remediation
  • Improves community health
  • Enables wastewater recycling for plant processes
  • Can be applied during normal treatment process or as a polishing agent for industrial wastewater treatment

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Meet odor emission requirements and improve your public image

Whether you process water for public consumption, treat wastewater, or run industrial processes in which water purity is essential, control of objectionable odors is a challenge that affects safety and production.

SUEZ’s comprehensive package of ProSweet* chemical solutions and operational/engineering recommendations help manufacturing and municipal facilities mitigate or eliminate their odor emissions.

ProSweet Product Features

  • Controls sulfides and nuisance odors
  • Improves ambient air compliance to hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and nuisance odor requirements
  • Eliminates unpleasant and unsafe work environment associated with H2S
  • Controls wastewater odors without creating additional sludge in systems being treated
  • Maintains equipment integrity and prevents corrosion related maintenance costs

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Achieve better total organic carbon (TOC) recovery from your wastewater

If the organic content of your industrial or waste water is unknown or highly variable, you need a TOC analyzer that can handle a wide range of sample matrices with minimal maintenance or downtime.

The Sievers InnovOx* TOC Analyzers help companies monitor, measure, and control the quality of their wastewater, environmental, and industrial process water. Using SUEZ’s patented supercritical water oxidation (SCWO) technology, InnovOx analyzers are able to achieve excellent TOC recoveries, regardless of organic compounds or particulates in the sample. They handle challenging sample matrices – including brine, humic acid, and cellulose - with ease and minimal maintenance.

InnovOx Analyzer Product Features

  • Has a broad, dynamic linear range of 0.05 to 50,000 ppm
  • Measures NPOC, total inorganic carbon (TIC), total carbon (TC), and total organic carbon by difference (TIC-TC)
  • Offers fast start-up and easy operation through an intuitive color touch-screen interface
  • Enables remote monitoring via an Ethernet web-based browser interface in the lab unit
  • Allows operators to configure customized alarms and outputs in the online model

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ZeeWeed* Hollow-Fiber Membranes

Reduce operating costs and maintain efficiency with a longer lasting membrane

SUEZ’s ZeeWeed ultrafiltration (UF) hollow-fiber membranes are designed with a robust life expectancy, giving you confidence in your water treatment system’s operation and helping you comply with regulatory requirements.

ZeeWeed hollow-fiber membranes are utilized for drinking water, wastewater, tertiary and water reuse applications, as well as industrial feedwater and reverse osmosis (RO) pretreatment. The advanced technology is operational in thousands of municipal, industrial, and commercial applications worldwide.

In addition to a smaller treatment plant footprint, SUEZ’s ZeeWeed hollow-fiber membranes can treat virtually any raw water quality to the quality needed.

SUEZ offers ZeeWeed 500ZeeWeed 1000ZeeWeed 1500 and ZeeWeed 700B.

How Do Hollow-Fiber Membranes Work?

Hollow-Fiber Membranes work by constructing microscopic pores and the polymer membrane surface to form a physical barrier to solids, bacteria, and viruses. This results in a consistent production of a high-quality effluent.

As water flows through the microscopic pores and into the membrane fibers, the solids, bacteria, and viruses are blocked, letting only the treated water pass through to the treated water stream. Treated water then can be sent through the distribution system.

Periodically, filtrate flow will be reversed in a backwash operation to dislodge particles from the membrane surface. During backwash, aeration is initiated to keep the particles in suspension and the membrane tanks are drained to discharge the concentrated water.

Thousands of individual hollow fibers are fabricated into a module, which is the basic ZeeWeed building block. These fibers are optimally spaced at the headers of a module to minimize the settling of solids and to optimize for effective aeration.

ZeeWeed Hollow-Fiber Membrane Advantages

ZeeWeed UF membranes provide a physical barrier to suspended solids and pathogens to consistently produce a high-quality, low-turbidity, and low-SDI effluent. SUEZ’s UF membranes offer a variety of benefits for our customers.

  • Pressurized or immersed membranes to suit the site requirements.
  • Reinforced high-packing-density hollow fibers allow for greater output in the same footprint and helps reduce capital and lifecycle costs for the application.
  • Physical UF barrier provides consistent high-quality effluent exceeding stringent regulatory requirements through virtually any change in raw-water quality.
  • Low lifecycle cost optimized through extended membrane life and low energy and chemical use.
  • Commitment to innovation drives down cost of ownership over the life of the treatment plant.

Differentiating between SUEZ’s ZeeWeed technology

Use this chart to help determine which ZeeWeed product may best fit your application.

product selection guide chart for zeeweed products

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  • ABMet for Selenium Removal

    Reduce total selenium to low single-digit ppb levels with a single step process

    SUEZ’s ABMet process enables customers in the Power (FGD), Mining and other industries to meet the strictest selenium discharge limits in one simple step with minimal operating costs and operator attention. In addition, ABMet removes nitrate and metals including mercury and arsenic.

    ABMet’s innovative seed culture, specially formulated nutrient, and biofilter design provide one time seeding, fast startup, and reliable performance.

    With 17 years of experience, development, and a proven global installation base, ABMet is trusted for selenium removal.

    ABMet Features

    ABMet for FGD Wastewater

    • Proven solution to consistently meet discharge limits in EPA’s proposed ELG for FGD wastewater
    • Effective nitrate removal
    • Effective mercury and arsenic polishing
    • Non-hazardous waste solids easily processed by the Phys-Chem solids handling system
    • Direct discharge without pre or post treatment
    • Proven performance at TDS concentrations greater than 35,000 mg/l

    ABMet for Mining Waters

    • Modular pre-fabricated design for installation in remote locations
    • Direct discharge without pre-treatment or post-treatment
    • Remote process monitoring with SUEZ’s Insight platform
    • Only one consumable product (all-in-one nutrient product)
    • Low volume solids waste to non-hazardous disposal
    • Performance at temperatures down to 4°C (39°F) and effluent selenium down to below 4 µg/l

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  • Anaerobic Waste & Wastewater Treatment

    Advanced clarification aids for water treatment to reduce sludge volume and improve water quality

    SUEZ’s extensive portfolio of coagulants, flocculants and custom-designed polymers help remove organic color, iron, suspended solids, and hardness from influent water. In wastewater treatment these clarification aids help with the removal of many other contaminants as well, such as oil, phosphate and heavy metals. In raw water applications, SUEZ polymer products help to eliminate the need for pH adjustment, decreases the load on demineralizers, increase filter throughout, and significantly reduce sludge volume.

    Flocculation and Coagulation process

    Suspended matter in raw water supplies is removed by various methods to provide a water suitable for domestic purposes and industrial requirements. The suspended matter can consist of large solids, settable by gravity alone without any external aids, and nonsettleable material, often colloidal in nature. Different variations and types of coagulants and flocculants can be used to remove these materials.

    What is coagulation in water treatment?

    Coagulation is the process of destabilization by charge neutralization. Once neutralized, particles no longer repel each other and can be brought together. Coagulation is necessary for the removal of the colloidal-sized suspended matter and can be accomplished through the addition of inorganic salts of aluminum or iron. These inorganic salts neutralize the charge on the particles causing raw water turbidity, and hydrolyze to form insoluble precipitates, which entrap particles. Coagulation can also be affected by the addition of water-soluble organic polymers with numerous ionized sites for particle charge neutralization.

    What is flocculation in water treatment?

    Flocculation is the process of bringing together the destabilized, or coagulated, particles to for a larger agglomeration, or floc. Flocculation can be enhanced by the addition of high-molecular-weight, water-soluble organic polymers, these polymers increase floc size by charged site binding and by molecular bridging.

    Coagulant and Flocculant Features

    SUEZ’s coagulant and flocculant products, used together with an in-depth system audit, engineering application and operational recommendations provide the following benefits:

    • Reduces fouling by solids, organics, microbiological materials and colloids
    • Increases settling rates
    • Improves filter performance
    • Reduces sludge volume
    • Improves efficiency in boiler and cooling systems
    • Improves the performance of scale inhibitors
    • Improves process operations
    • Produces cleaner, safer drinking water

    Types of Coagulants and Flocculants

    The coagulation and flocculation process can occur naturally in some cases or be enhanced by the addition of coagulant and flocculant aids. SUEZ offers a comprehensive portfolio of coagulants, flocculants and custom-designed polymers that aid the flocculation and coagulation process:

    • KlarAid* Coagulants – Highly charged inorganic, organic and custom blended coagulants for clarification of industrial water and wastewater.
    • PolyFloc* Flocculants – High molecular weight clarification and dewatering polymers.
    • Novus* Flocculants – Proprietary high molecular weight clarification and dewatering.

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  • Coagulants and Flocculants for Water Treatment

    Recover more from your high total suspended solids (TSS) and high silica source water

    If your source water is challenging due to high total suspended solids (TSS) or high silica, electrodialysis reversal (EDR) for drinking water can provide high water recovery, reducing the strain in water scarce areas.

    Because of the polarity reversal design, EDR for wastewater reuse is a self-cleaning, durable membrane system ideal for turbid wastewater. EDR technology achieves high water recovery for water scarce areas and SUEZ’s wastewater EDR systems reclaim more than 20 million gallons per day (75,000 m3/day) of wastewater for other uses.

    What is the Electrodialysis Process?

    For brackish water or wastewater with moderate concentrations of dissolved ions, electrodialysis, or EDR, is an excellent option to achieving superior treated water quality. Electrodialysis is an advanced membrane technology process that utilizes ion movement to desalinate water. EDR systems are rugged, with very long membrane life and require significantly less pretreatment than spiral wound membranes while having the ability to achieve very high water recoveries.

    EDR Product Features

    • High water recovery design efficiently processes source water and generates low concentrate volume for disposal
    • Rugged systems are less sensitive than reverse osmosis (RO) to particulates and metal oxides
    • Targets arsenic, fluoride, radium and nitrate removal for potable water applications
    • Long membrane life (typically 20+ years for potable water installations) for a lower cost of ownership
    • Chlorine-resistant membranes are tolerant to disinfection, allowing use on challenging waters
    • Wastewater reclamation reduces waste discharges and water use charges
    • Effectively treats rejects and blowdowns
    • Easy to control salt removal and product quality by adjusting amount of electricity applied to membrane stack

    Explore this product

    Didn't find what you need? Go to the product directory

  • Electrodialysis Reversal Water Treatment

    Lower energy costs, increase productivity, and lower your footprint with our latest Membrane Bioreactor (MBR)

    LEAPmbr* builds on 25 years of membrane bioreactor experience to deliver the most advanced MBR solution to date. It dramatically lowers energy costs, increases productivity, and offers a flexible design that can fit within a smaller footprint than conventional MBR technology. See how SUEZ offers our wastewater treatment customers the lowest cost of ownership in the industry.

    LEAPmbr Features

    At its core, LEAPmbr uses our leading ZeeWeed* membrane while incorporating significant innovations that take wastewater treatment to the next level.

    • Boost your productivity15% with our latest ZeeWeed membrane.
    • Save on construction costs with a flexible design that reduces your membrane bioreactor footprint by 20%.
    • Simplify your design by reducing membrane aeration equipment and controls by 50%.
    • Reduce your operating costs with a 30% energy savings.
    • Have the confidence of the strongest, most reliable membrane in the industry.

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  • LEAPmbr* Wastewater Membrane Bioreactor

    Deploying mobile water treatment trailers to your pre-planned or emergency outage in 3 hours

    Whether a scheduled outage or an emergency need, your operations need guaranteed water quality and quantity. Complying with environmental regulations and handling various influent waters, SUEZ’s fleet of trailer-based systems can meet your scheduled, temporary, or emergency water needs. Even in the middle of the night, SUEZ can deploy mobile water treatment systems within 3 hours (plus travel time).

    Mobile Water Treatment Features:

    SUEZ's mobile water treatment solutions fall into four system categories: resin, membrane, filtration, and other water treatment. Routine applications include:

    • Clarifier by-pass / outage projects requiring total suspended solids (TSS) removal
    • Boiler feedwater to all levels of purity
    • Deoxygenation of feedwater
    • Condensate polishing
    • Total organic carbon (TOC) removal
    • Water recycling
    • Steam blow boiler make up
    • Water availability ahead of permanent plant commissioning
    • Special applications where improvements in water quality or quantity can provide value for your processes
    • Wastewater treatment

    SUEZ has a mobile water treatment fleet with more than 800 units in service, designed to treat water sources and provide pure water for critical industrial processes. Mobile fleets can be used for both planned and unplanned downtime to ensure customers can continue operation. Just like industries and municipalities around the world, you too can rely on SUEZ mobile water to deliver a wide range of water treatment solutions, including:

    • Emergency outages or equipment failure
    • Planned outages for equipment repair
    • Seasonal demands and product expansion
    • Plant start-ups
    • Changes in raw water quality
    • Sudden changes in effluent specifications
    • Augmentation/expansion of existing water plant
    • Regeneration and cleaning

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  • Mobile Water Treatment Systems

    Remove mercury, lead, and other heavy metals from your industrial waste streams

    Metals in waste streams don't naturally degrade and are toxic to aquatic life, even at low concentrations. SUEZ provides wastewater treatment programs for industrial facility operators to reduce heavy metals in waste streams to help ensure regulatory compliance. Metals that can be removed include soluble and/or particulate heavy metals, such as lead, copper, chromium, iron, manganese, mercury, nickel and zinc.

    How to Remove Heavy Metals From Water (Application and Treatment)

    Proper application and treatment programs for removing heavy metals from water depend on many factors. These factors include the understanding, monitoring and documenting of operational conditions and the impact of wastewater variability on performance. When assessing your needs, SUEZ will bring firsthand knowledge of your system and how best to apply our water treatment products.

    Metals Removal Product Features

    • Remove heavy metals from wastewater over a wide pH range
    • Reduce treatment costs
    • Helps meet regulatory requirements
    • Reduces potential for future remediation
    • Improves community health
    • Enables wastewater recycling for plant processes
    • Can be applied during normal treatment process or as a polishing agent for industrial wastewater treatment

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  • Remove Heavy Metals from Industrial Wastewater

    Meet odor emission requirements and improve your public image

    Whether you process water for public consumption, treat wastewater, or run industrial processes in which water purity is essential, control of objectionable odors is a challenge that affects safety and production.

    SUEZ’s comprehensive package of ProSweet* chemical solutions and operational/engineering recommendations help manufacturing and municipal facilities mitigate or eliminate their odor emissions.

    ProSweet Product Features

    • Controls sulfides and nuisance odors
    • Improves ambient air compliance to hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and nuisance odor requirements
    • Eliminates unpleasant and unsafe work environment associated with H2S
    • Controls wastewater odors without creating additional sludge in systems being treated
    • Maintains equipment integrity and prevents corrosion related maintenance costs

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  • ProSweet Wastewater Odor Control Chemicals

    Achieve better total organic carbon (TOC) recovery from your wastewater

    If the organic content of your industrial or waste water is unknown or highly variable, you need a TOC analyzer that can handle a wide range of sample matrices with minimal maintenance or downtime.

    The Sievers InnovOx* TOC Analyzers help companies monitor, measure, and control the quality of their wastewater, environmental, and industrial process water. Using SUEZ’s patented supercritical water oxidation (SCWO) technology, InnovOx analyzers are able to achieve excellent TOC recoveries, regardless of organic compounds or particulates in the sample. They handle challenging sample matrices – including brine, humic acid, and cellulose - with ease and minimal maintenance.

    InnovOx Analyzer Product Features

    • Has a broad, dynamic linear range of 0.05 to 50,000 ppm
    • Measures NPOC, total inorganic carbon (TIC), total carbon (TC), and total organic carbon by difference (TIC-TC)
    • Offers fast start-up and easy operation through an intuitive color touch-screen interface
    • Enables remote monitoring via an Ethernet web-based browser interface in the lab unit
    • Allows operators to configure customized alarms and outputs in the online model

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  • Wastewater TOC Analyzer

    ZeeWeed* Hollow-Fiber Membranes

    Reduce operating costs and maintain efficiency with a longer lasting membrane

    SUEZ’s ZeeWeed ultrafiltration (UF) hollow-fiber membranes are designed with a robust life expectancy, giving you confidence in your water treatment system’s operation and helping you comply with regulatory requirements.

    ZeeWeed hollow-fiber membranes are utilized for drinking water, wastewater, tertiary and water reuse applications, as well as industrial feedwater and reverse osmosis (RO) pretreatment. The advanced technology is operational in thousands of municipal, industrial, and commercial applications worldwide.

    In addition to a smaller treatment plant footprint, SUEZ’s ZeeWeed hollow-fiber membranes can treat virtually any raw water quality to the quality needed.

    SUEZ offers ZeeWeed 500ZeeWeed 1000ZeeWeed 1500 and ZeeWeed 700B.

    How Do Hollow-Fiber Membranes Work?

    Hollow-Fiber Membranes work by constructing microscopic pores and the polymer membrane surface to form a physical barrier to solids, bacteria, and viruses. This results in a consistent production of a high-quality effluent.

    As water flows through the microscopic pores and into the membrane fibers, the solids, bacteria, and viruses are blocked, letting only the treated water pass through to the treated water stream. Treated water then can be sent through the distribution system.

    Periodically, filtrate flow will be reversed in a backwash operation to dislodge particles from the membrane surface. During backwash, aeration is initiated to keep the particles in suspension and the membrane tanks are drained to discharge the concentrated water.

    Thousands of individual hollow fibers are fabricated into a module, which is the basic ZeeWeed building block. These fibers are optimally spaced at the headers of a module to minimize the settling of solids and to optimize for effective aeration.

    ZeeWeed Hollow-Fiber Membrane Advantages

    ZeeWeed UF membranes provide a physical barrier to suspended solids and pathogens to consistently produce a high-quality, low-turbidity, and low-SDI effluent. SUEZ’s UF membranes offer a variety of benefits for our customers.

    • Pressurized or immersed membranes to suit the site requirements.
    • Reinforced high-packing-density hollow fibers allow for greater output in the same footprint and helps reduce capital and lifecycle costs for the application.
    • Physical UF barrier provides consistent high-quality effluent exceeding stringent regulatory requirements through virtually any change in raw-water quality.
    • Low lifecycle cost optimized through extended membrane life and low energy and chemical use.
    • Commitment to innovation drives down cost of ownership over the life of the treatment plant.

    Differentiating between SUEZ’s ZeeWeed technology

    Use this chart to help determine which ZeeWeed product may best fit your application.

    product selection guide chart for zeeweed products

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