The city of Nonthaburi, which is located north of Bangkok and Thailand's second largest city, requires a leachate treatment plant for its landfill. For this purpose, the Thai city relies on technology from WEHRLE, plant manufacturer and expert for complex wastewater treatment, located in Emmendingen in Southern Germany.
October 2019 – German technology supplier and plant manufacturer WEHRLE Umwelt GmbH is presenting a complete leachate treatment plant at the venue of ISWA World Congress 2019 (International Solid Waste Association), near the famous Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao (Spain).
Resource Recovery from Concentrates arising from Industrial Water Use
WEHRLE is proud to announce to have won the International Water Association’s (IWA) Resource Recovery Cluster Best Practice Award 2019 together with the other members of the research consortium HighCon, that focuses on the recycling of concentrated brines from industrial effluent treatment, reducing disposal costs and offering an opportunity for the reuse of captured materials.
WEHRLE delivers a high-performance plant for the treatment of production wastewater to one of the pioneers of biodiesel production near Liverpool. A total of three wastewater streams will be treated biologically or mechanically or in combination, depending on their composition.
The Thai waste disposal company Better Waste Care Company Ltd. trusts in WEHRLEs proven technology for the treatment of a complex mix of effluents from industrial production sites and leachate from waste Treatment.
WEHRLE Umwelt impressed at SIEE Pollutec Algiers (International Exhibition of Water Equipment, Technologies and Services, 11 to 14 February 2019) as the only international plant construction company for the treatment of leachate and industrial effluents.