Renovation of wastewater treatment plant - Vion
Boxtel, The Netherlands
Anaerobic UASB volume: 2,200 m³
Treatment capacity: 3,000 m3 of waste water per day
Biogas production: 1 million Nm3/year
H2S removal: 1,500 ppm to <40
Nitrogen load: 13,000 kg/day ~ 85% removal
Phosphate load: 120 kg/day ~ 80% removal
COD load: 13,000 kg/day ~ 98% removal
Vion, a slaughterhouse in Boxtel, used to process large quantities of wastewater with a physico-chemical water treatment system. A traditional, high-cost technique. Because water treatment is not one of the company’s core businesses and because it was unable to invest in a new treatment system for prudential reasons, Vion opted to outsource the new wastewater treatment. Colsen designed and constructed the entire plant with their in-house developed technologies for energy production and water treatment.
The new system has a greater treatment capacity, is entirely organic and boasts improved performance in terms of odour and noise. As such, the new system does not only supply sustainable energy, but is also entirely in line with VION’s emphasis on Corporate Social Responsibility.
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Boris Colsen, Managing Director