WATER TREATMENT

Purification and regeneration of wastewater

Water is a finite resource, necessitating its sustainable utilization. The purification and subsequent regeneration of wastewater within the same facility serve as vital tools to meet current regulations, protect the environment, enhance production efficiency, and minimize waste and losses. Combining decades of professional expertise in wastewater purification with Parsec’s excellence in the wine industry, we provide cutting-edge technologies at competitive prices, all while maximizing energy efficiency.

Wine Wastewater: a valuable resource, not a disposal problem

 

Wastewater generated by the wine industry can be efficiently treated for return to municipal sewers or integration back into the farm’s production cycle as irrigation water.

 

Purification involves the separation of solids and diluted components from pure water. Solids can be readily removed through screening, sedimentation, or flotation processes, while diluted pollutants, primarily comprising sugars and organic compounds, require microbial action for removal.

 

As bacteria eliminate these pollutants, they grow, gain weight, and form sludge, which can be easily separated from pure water. At Parsec, we tailor our purification process to the specific goals of each company, considering available space and individual requirements.

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Expertise and Innovation: Our Trademarks

 

Parsec’s extensive experience in wine production and our commitment to innovative problem-solving in unconventional ways are evident in our wastewater treatment solutions. Wine is always at the core of our approach, with purified water seamlessly integrated into the production cycle, transforming it from a problem into an added value for the final product.

 

At Parsec, we employ various purification techniques based on factors such as discharge type, volume, available space for plant construction, desired water quality objectives, and the environmental and landscape context of the facility’s location. Our choice of technique results from a thorough analysis of these factors, ensuring that our proposed solution is unique and customized.

 

Innovation is at the heart of what we do. Our techniques, whether phytodepuration, activated sludge, SBR, or MBR, are the perfect blend of experience and inventiveness. As a result, our plants are more compact and cost-effective to operate compared to conventional methods.

Benefits of choosing Parsec solutions

 

Our wastewater treatment plants offer:

    • Assurance of meeting water quality objectives.
    • Tailored engineering solutions designed to meet each client’s unique needs.
    • Construction techniques aligned with the project’s goals, utilizing appropriate materials and equipment.
    • Efficient purification processes that help contain operational costs.
    • State-of-the-art process automation techniques, including integration within the SAEn5000 system for plant management.

Wine Wastewater: a valuable resource, not a disposal problem

 

Wastewater generated by the wine industry can be efficiently treated for return to municipal sewers or integration back into the farm’s production cycle as irrigation water.

 

Purification involves the separation of solids and diluted components from pure water. Solids can be readily removed through screening, sedimentation, or flotation processes, while diluted pollutants, primarily comprising sugars and organic compounds, require microbial action for removal.

 

As bacteria eliminate these pollutants, they grow, gain weight, and form sludge, which can be easily separated from pure water. At Parsec, we tailor our purification process to the specific goals of each company, considering available space and individual requirements.

icona-parsec-depurazione-acque-reflue-web

Expertise and Innovation: Our Trademarks

 

Parsec’s extensive experience in wine production and our commitment to innovative problem-solving in unconventional ways are evident in our wastewater treatment solutions. Wine is always at the core of our approach, with purified water seamlessly integrated into the production cycle, transforming it from a problem into an added value for the final product.

 

At Parsec, we employ various purification techniques based on factors such as discharge type, volume, available space for plant construction, desired water quality objectives, and the environmental and landscape context of the facility’s location. Our choice of technique results from a thorough analysis of these factors, ensuring that our proposed solution is unique and customized.

 

Innovation is at the heart of what we do. Our techniques, whether phytodepuration, activated sludge, SBR, or MBR, are the perfect blend of experience and inventiveness. As a result, our plants are more compact and cost-effective to operate compared to conventional methods.

Benefits of choosing Parsec solutions

 

Our wastewater treatment plants offer:

    • Assurance of meeting water quality objectives.
    • Tailored engineering solutions designed to meet each client’s unique needs.
    • Construction techniques aligned with the project’s goals, utilizing appropriate materials and equipment.
    • Efficient purification processes that help contain operational costs.
    • State-of-the-art process automation techniques, including integration within the SAEn5000 system for plant management.

SAVING WATER TO SAVE THE PLANET WITH PARSEC

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AUTOMATED OPERATION
FOR EFFICIENCY

EFFECTIVE
POLLUTANT REMOVAL

IMPROVED ENERGY
EFFICIENCY AND
COST-EFFECTIVENESS.

mantenimento

MAINTENANCE OF
WATER CYCLE QUALITY
AND PERFORMANCE

funzionamento-automatico-parsec

AUTOMATED OPERATION
FOR EFFICIENCY

EFFECTIVE
POLLUTANT REMOVAL

IMPROVED ENERGY
EFFICIENCY AND
COST-EFFECTIVENESS.

mantenimento

MAINTENANCE OF
WATER CYCLE QUALITY
AND PERFORMANCE

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