Our equipment and systems can help you:
SUEZ offers the most comprehensive set of chemical and equipment solutions and services available, helping our customers manage and optimize their water resources and process challenges across industries and municipalities.
Charles CampbellSales Director UK & Ireland - Chemical Monitoring & Solutions | SUEZ Water Technologies and Solutions
Good process management can significantly reduce odours from wastewater treatment, but in many cases special measures are required. SUEZ provides the most advanced biological solutions for controlling these emissions.
Our advanced treatment systems help SUEZ customers manage and recover energy from biosolids, while meeting tightening discharge requirements. Exploiting advances in microbiology and other technologies, we design and construct comprehensive solutions – from anaerobic digestion to thermal oxidation.
SUEZ provides systems for the disinfection of water in all industries and applications including recreational, ornamental and life support. The technologies most commonly used involve ozone, ultraviolet light and the advanced oxidation process.
SUEZ membranes purify water, recover valuable assets and reduce costs for our customers. The membranes we manufacture are designed for a range of applications ¬– from purifying water to industrial processes and food and beverage production.
Ice pigging is a highly effective line-cleaning technique in which ice slurry is pushed through production pipelines to clean and clear away any remaining product or unwanted material left in the pipe. Integrated in the production process to maximise efficiency, ice pigging can significantly reduce the time and water used in flushing a pipework system. This non-destructive method is suited to a wide range of products in diverse industrial applications, and it can be adapted to maximise cleaning benefits through the sheer wall forces it generates within the pipe.
Many industrial processes produce wastewaters that are tough to treat. But tight environmental regulations, rigorous permitting and restrictions on water availability, along with cost and other factors, are driving demand for zero liquid discharge (ZLD) solutions.