Pharmaceutical Industry Waste Management
With the massive industry of pharmaceutical manufacturing, extremely large amounts of wastewater and waste products are produced. Environmental regulations and constant pressure push the need for newer and more innovative wastewater management. Pharmaceutical manufacturers utilize a wide variety of processes and materials in the creation of their products. With proven expertise, Cleantek can offer wastewater treatment for many pharmaceutical processes such as fermentation, biological and natural extraction, chemical synthesis, compounding, or formulating.
Manufacturing Pharmaceutical products requires a clean process for production.
Pharmaceutical Wastewater Treatment Products
Roto-Sieve Drum Screens are a very effective and economical method to remove waste streams from the pharmaceutical production process. Screening out organic and fibrous matter from the wastewater can drastically reduce the TSS and BOD levels in the effluent system and enhance the downstream wastewater treatment processing in almost any pharmaceutical production facility.
Our Roto-Sieve Rotary Drum Screens are designed and customized per application to effectively target what needs to be screened out of the wastewater and ensure a high capture rate. Roto-Sieve Drum screens use a perforated plate drum to optimize and effectively remove solids from wastewater. High TSS and BOD are effectively reduced which enhances and improves downstream treatment processes such as MBR systems.
These screenings can be further dewatered and compacted using the Shaftless Screw Press. The press catches the screenings straight from the Roto-Sieve and compacts, dewaters, and transports the screenings.
If transportation is the only concern for the screenings, the use of our Shaftless Screw Conveyor fits the job. The conveyor optimally transports screenings or almost any screenings or sludge product to any desired location.
Lastly, our Sludge Heat Exchangers can provide cutting-edge energy recovery and sludge heating when used in processes for digesting pharmaceutical production wastes.