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WATER &EFFLUENT TREATMENT


LANCY TECHNOLOGY –APROVEN WASTE WATER AND


EFFLUENT TREATMENT TRACK RECORD An ever greater


focus on process cost optimisation and environmental compliance has


brought the issue of waste water and effluent treatment


clearly into the spotlight across the surface finishing sector.


Where there is a


further need to ensure that the use of potentially scarce


resources is optimised, this scenario becomes even more important.


Specialist equipment and processes,


therefore –designed to maximise re-use or


to minimise disposal – are now fundamental to agrowing list of surface treatment operations.


This is the context within which Lancy Technology has developed an excellence. An integral part of NHE,operating alongside other leading names in the industry –Plasticraft and Ardrox Engineering – Lancy Technology offers aproven combination of system design, experience and expertise. Both stand-alone and custom-designed installations pay testimony to this capability,offering key benefits to users worldwide, often in the most challenging environments.


Lancy Technology’s success record features industrial waste water and effluent treatment plant that meets a wide range of process and regulatory needs. The product finishing industry is akey sector in which the organisation is active, offering technologies and systems that interface directly with manufacturing processes that are central to the industry. These include chemical recovery,sludge reduction and specialist processes that focus on, for example, chromium reduction or cyanide waste water processing,as well as the manufacture and installation of settlement and chemical feed systems.


“Because of the wide range of processes where effluent and waste water can be produced, it is vital that treatment facilities are matched to individual operations,” says Ian Burke, Lancy Technology’s General Manager.


“In all cases, each project has to reflect the two key objectives of maintaining process performance, in terms of chemical life and effectiveness, and the need to address cost and environmental obligations,” he continues. “The former contributes directly to process cost control, while the latter can range from minimising waste material for off-site disposal, to meeting drainage discharge parameters set by both regional and national bodies.” He highlights the fact that, with


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each installation, the organisation pays close attention to investment payback, which can benefit from anumber of factors ranging from disposal cost savings to even the avoidance of possible financial penalties.


Lancy Technology’s services to customers encompass the full range of disciplines –from site consultation and system design to chemical analysis, equipment installation and ongoing


support. Significantly,its capability in the waste water treatment sector is wide ranging, encompassing proven expertise in, for example, the treatment and recovery of copper,nickel, chromium, zinc, silver and gold.


The ever-evolving techniques and methods that help to fulfil surface finishing objectives generate an equally vital need to ensure all aspects of process performance are optimised. The significance of waste water and effluent treatment in this context is clearly fundamental and the technology,track record and capability that are demonstrated by Lancy Technology worldwide offer benefits that will be understood by everybody involved in the surface finishing sector.


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