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Quarantine Oil Water Separators

For effective wastewater management in quarantine areas

Key wastewater challenges for the quarantine industry

  • The industry deals with hazardous substances, including oils, chemicals, and pollutants.
  • Strict regulations govern the discharge of wastewater from quarantine facilities.
  • Quarantine facilities often handle materials that can be harmful to aquatic life.
  • Cross-contamination between different types of waste is common.
  • Water sustainability can be costly for quarantine facilities.
  • Oil can harm other equipment, such as filters and treatment systems.

Industry overview - managing oil discharge in quarantine facilities

An oil water separator serves as a critical wastewater treatment system within the quarantine industry, playing a pivotal role in effectively removing oils, chemicals, and contaminants from quarantine facility wastewater before its discharge.

As a result, this safeguards environmental integrity, ensuring regulatory compliance and preventing the pollution of water bodies and ecosystems.

At Cleanawater, we supply quarantine facilities with a comprehensive range of oil water separators. With capacities ranging from 1,000L to 5,000L nominal flow rate per hour, we guarantee you’ll find a wastewater management system that optimises and streamlines your water discharge practices. Each of our models are easy to install and maintain and contain everything you need to get the system up and running. This includes non-emulsifying pumps, float switches and controllers. Choose Cleanawater for sustainable wastewater management today.

Learn about our wastewater compliance measures

Quarantine facilities can be hazardous, which is why using an oil water separator to treat wastewater will not only streamline operational efficiency, but ensure you’re complying with all water authority guidelines.

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Cleanawater’s quarantine industry solutions

Cleanawater is a leading provider of innovative wastewater management solutions tailored specifically for the quarantine industry. With a deep understanding of the unique challenges posed by quarantine facilities, Cleanawater offers a range of cutting-edge solutions designed to address the industry's stringent requirements.

Our quarantine industry solutions include advanced oil water separators that excel at efficiently removing pollutants generated from equipment washdowns. These separators ensure all potentially hazardous substances are contained, preventing their release into the environment. 

By providing reliable and high-performance oil water separators, we aim to assist quarantine facilities in maintaining a hygienic environment and environmentally responsible operation. 

When it comes to overcoming the unique challenges posed by quarantine wastewater requirements, choose Cleanawaer for your oil separator needs.

Understanding the oil water separation process

Step 1

Pre-treatment

Pre-treatment involves oily water from quarantine facilities entering the separator.

Step 2

Primary separation

Large oil droplets rise to the surface to form a floating layer of sludge. The contaminated liquid can then be mechanically removed.

Step 3

Coalescence

The water moves into a coalescing chamber equipped with specialised media packs that aid in oil removal.

Step 4

Secondary separation

The remaining oil and suspended solids continue to rise to the surface.

Step 5

Discharge

The clarified water from the oil water separator system can be discharged appropriately as it now meets authority regulations.

STEP 6

AQIS Filter

 Note that additional water treatment measures, such as the inclusion of a quarantine screen filter, may be necessary to comply with quarantine standards.

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