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Tank & Pipe Bunding Harena is unique able to assist with the bunding of fuel and oil tanks, including associated pipework. Harena will permanently bond with all hydrocarbon types, isolating them from the surrounding environment. Whether it’s a domestic tank containing kerosene or a commercial fuel tank, Harena is an effective preventative solution to tank and pipe splits and leaks.      Column Test In a 24hr column test (above), Harena is able to completely prevent contamination of a chalk layer from 500ml of garage waste oil.     Pipeline Test Our pipeline test shows that the oleophilic properties of Harena. A simulated leak using garage waste oil shows the escaped oil being drawn along the gully without contaminating the chalk sub layer. For more information about how bunding of fuel and oil tanks works or you want to improve the performance of an existing plant, please fill in our enquiry form.   Fuel and oil spillage Our Harena product is able to fully bond with hydrocarbons found naturally in fuels and oils,...
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Harena has many varied applications from oil and fuel spillage to flood defence and property protection. Applications include: Tank & Pipe Bunding Harena is unique able to assist with the bunding of fuel and oil tanks, including associated pipework. Harena will permanently bond with all hydrocarbon types, isolating them from the surrounding environment. Fuel and oil spillage Our Harena product is able to fully bond with hydrocarbons found naturally in fuels and oils, including synthetics. Fuel and oil is adsorbed by a unique coating until it is fully and permanently bonded. Highway and accident safety Used at an accident, Harena will greatly increase site safety. The rapid adsorption of fuels and oils will minimise the risk of environmental damage, slippage and fire. Reducing the potential of secondary accidents. Aviation and airport safety Our Harena product has the ability to improve safety and reduce the risk of potential accidents at airports hangers, and aircraft maintenance depots. In an industry where the safety is the top priority, Harena is the...
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Harena Applications

Harena has many varied applications from oil and fuel spillage to flood defence and property protection. Applications include: Tank & Pipe Bunding Fuel and oil spillage Highway and accident safety Aviation and airport safety Polymer spillage Environmental cleanup - land and water ...
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How Wastewater Treatment Works the Basics

How Wastewater Treatment Works the Basics

How Wastewater Treatment Works... The Basics   One of the most common forms of pollution control in the United Kingdom is wastewater treatment.   The UK has a vast system of collection sewers, pumping stations, and treatment plants spread all over. The Sewers collect the wastewater from homes, businesses, and many industries, and deliver it to plants for treatment.   Most treatment plants were built to clean wastewater for discharge into streams or other receiving waters, or for reuse without much regard for the environment. Years ago, when sewage was dumped into waterways, a natural process of purification began.   First, the sheer volume of clean water in the stream diluted wastes. Bacteria and other small organisms in the water consumed the sewage and other organic matter, turning it into new bacterial cells; carbon dioxide and other products.   With today’s higher population and with such a huge volume of industrial and domestic wastewater pumping in and out of our supply lines we require that our industry...
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Effluent Treatment Plant or ETP for Food Industry

Effluent Treatment Plant or ETP for Food Industry

Effluent Treatment Plant or ETP for Food Industry The evolution of various industrial sectors and expansive urbanisation highly results in increased water consumption and also results in the generation of wastewater which considerably diverse in nature, toxicity and treatability. Wastewater from food processing facilities is often high in strength hence it requires pre-treatment before its discharge into the environment or for reuse. 1. Effluent Treatment Plant – Proven and most effective solution for effluent/wastewater treatment in the food industry: Effluent Treatment Plant for the food industry is developed and unified with an advanced technology without which water-borne pathogens can spread out and results in diseases and degradation of receiving water bodies.   Effluent Treatment Plant highly reduces the negative impacts of the effluents to aquatic ecosystems and to humans hence effluent treatment plant has proven to be an effective solution for effluent treatment applications. The effluent treatment plant for food industries is the best way to overcome from water pollution. It’s main objective...
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Harena Technical Information

Harena Technical Information

Harena Technical Information Fuel and oil spillage Our Harena product is able to fully bond with hydrocarbons found naturally in fuels and oils, including synthetics. Fuel and oil is adsorbed by a unique coating until it is fully and permanently bonded. Harena will adsorb from a wide variety of surfaces including concrete and asphalt, providing a complete clean without residue or staining. Due to its hydrophobic properties, it is effective in both wet and dry conditions. Highly flammable spillages such as petrol are rendered safe once fully bonded to Harena, thereby reducing the risk of secondary accidents during cleanup. The adsorbed material is bonded irreversibly to the surface coating preventing release into the local environment. Used Harena will become a dry, non-toxic crumb and unlike many alternative absorbents, will not form a mud or leach over time. Harena will remain fully hydrophobic even after use. Highway construction and accident safety Used at an accident site, Harena will greatly increase site safety. The rapid adsorption of fuels and...
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Effluent Treatment Plant Guide – Equipment and How It All Works

Effluent Treatment Plant Guide – Equipment and How It All Works

Effluent Treatment Plant Guide - Designs, Equipment and How It All Works Effluent Treatment Plant or otherwise known as ETP is one type of wastewater treatment method which is particularly designed to purify industrial wastewater for its reuse and its main objective is to release safe water back into the environment and thus keep the rivers and environment safe from the harmful effect caused by the effluent treatment. Industrial effluents contain various materials, this is dependent on the industry. Some effluents contain grease and oils, and some contain toxic materials (e.g., cyanide). Effluents from food and beverage factories contain degradable organic pollutants. Since industrial wastewater contains a diversity of impurities and therefore specific treatment technology called ETP is required. The ETP Plant works at various levels and involves various physical, chemical, biological and membrane processes to treat wastewater from different industrial sectors like chemicals, drugs, pharmaceutical, refineries, dairy, ready mix plants & textile etc.   Choosing an effluent treatment plant guide - Great Resource  Benefits Of Having A ETP 1. To clean industry...
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What Is Wastewater Disinfection?

What Is Wastewater Disinfection?

WASTEWATER DISINFECTION There are a number of chemicals and processes that will disinfect wastewater, but none are universally applicable Disinfection can be attained by means of physical or chemical disinfectants. The agents also remove organic contaminants from water, which serve as nutrients or shelters for microorganisms. Disinfectants should not only kill microorganisms. Disinfectants must also have a residual effect, which means that they remain active in the water after disinfection. A disinfectant should prevent pathogenic microorganisms from growing in the plumbing after disinfection, causing the water to be recontaminated. For chemical disinfection of water the following disinfectants can be used: - Chlorine (Cl2) - Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) - Bromine chloride (BrCl) - Alcohols - Soaps and detergents - Hydrogen peroxide - Several acids and bases physical disinfection of water the following disinfectants can be used: - Ultraviolet light (UV) - Electronic radiation - Gamma rays - Sounds - Heat Wastewater Disinfection Surface waters have been the focal point of water disinfection regulations since their inception, as groundwaters (like wells) have been historically considered...
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