Tackle Industrial Wastewater Loads this Vintage Period
We Have the Whole Water Cycle Covered!
From ensuring your process water is pure & balanced correctly through to dealing with the typically high strength winery wastewater that wineries discharge, a tailored solution is only a call away. Waterform Technologies offers winery wastewater treatment that involves aerobic or anaerobic processes. We understand that a ‘one size fits all’ approach does not apply to every industry. Our treatment systems use the most appropriate biological wastewater treatment solution for your winery.
It takes on average 20 litres of water to produce 4 litres of wine. And around 25% of all winery wastewater produced is discharged in a short period of time (vintage). Typically, wastewater is discharged to a treatment pond or lagoon, where either an anaerobic treatment process is undertaken, or the lagoon can be aerated. Irrigation of winery waste effluent is common.
Reduce Overloaded Wastewater & Odours With 1 Simple Solution
Struggling with a clean water supply or odour? This is common and can be a concern, however it can be addressed with the adoption of properly engineered mixing and aerobic treatment generally. Waterform offer the ultraBiox and ultraBalance range of solutions to solve your winery wastewater challenges. Our winery wastewater treatment systems help drive down the total cost of ownership while also offering outstanding performance. When it comes to utilising the best biological wastewater treatment solution, use our ultraBiox or ultraBalance systems for your winery.
In 2015/16 Waterform had the privilege of installing an ultraBiox biological wastewater treatment at Brown Brother’s Milawa Vineyard. The results were outstanding, perhaps it is time you replace the old with the new? Learn more about how the ultraBiox™ solution increased overall output at Brown Brothers Vineyard now!
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We have already recommended Waterform to another party. Very impressed.