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Anti-odour filters – stop the sewer smells!

Anti-odour filters – stop the sewer smells!

Rapid industrial growth, urbanisation and increasing consumerism are leading to an increase in the volume of generated wastewater. The waste stored and transported in sewer systems is not only a threat to health and the environment, but also generates offensive...
Grease separators – when to use them?

Grease separators – when to use them?

Grease separators are required in the sewer system by the Environmental Protection Act. Water contaminated with oils or fats must not be discharged into the public sewage system. Wastewater containing oils and fats easily clogs pipes if the fat hardens upon cooling....
Water resources in relation to trees

Water resources in relation to trees

Trees, both in the forest and in the city, play an important role in the hydrological cycle by reducing the risk of flooding. The retention of vegetation is able to effectively support not only soil retention, but also ground retention. This is because diverse...
Coalescence or lamella separator – when to use each one?

Coalescence or lamella separator – when to use each one?

When it rains, residues of fuels and other environmentally hazardous petroleum substances run off with rainwater into surface waters (streams, rivers, lakes) and can pollute them. Separators are used to prevent this from happening. By using separators, hydrocarbons...