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Landia aerator provides wastewater solution for soft drinks manufacturer

07 June 2012

Landia has helped a soft drinks manufacturer achieve exemplary standards in its treatment and discharge of effluent

Landia’s DG-I 80 Air Jet has been installed in the final effluent tank before discharge to reed beds. Mounted on a tubular stainless steel frame in a butyl-lined above ground store, the 3kw Landia Air Jet transfers oxygen into the liquid to start and aid the biological process, cleaning the wastewater and keeping solids in suspension for treatment further along the process.

Landia’s Paul Davies commented: “This business takes its environmental responsibilities very seriously indeed, so were keen to develop a relationship with Landia whereby the best possible wastewater treatment solution could be reached, with us providing proper back-up and hands-on help. We don’t just sell equipment and walk away”.

A spokesperson for the soft drinks manufacturer added: “The Landia equipment is proving ideal for our final aeration process - and the support we’ve received in fine-tuning the system has far exceeded our expectations”.


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