Quest Consultants offers professional wastewater management services across 44 states. Aside from offering onsite treatment, the company also offers Class II and III water operators together with other professional engineering services, and can also file all State reporting forms for their clients to maintain regulatory compliance standards for your WWTP Management needs. We will customize an on-site WWTP Management service for your WWTP to meet and surpass your facilities regulatory treatment requirements to assure compliance with all State and Federal regulations.
WWTP management is necessary because it is the process that removes chemical and biological wastes in contaminated waters, thereby permitting the reuse of the water in other application.
Sewage treatment is the process of removing contaminants from wastewater, including household sewage and runoff (effluents) and stormwater runoff. It includes physical, chemical, and biological processes to remove physical, chemical and biological contaminants. Its objective is to produce an environmentally safe fluid waste stream (or treated effluent) and a solid waste (or treated sludge) suitable for disposal or reuse (usually as farm fertilizer). Using advanced WWTP Management technology it is now possible to re-use sewage effluent for drinking water.
The application of wastewater treatment is necessary in various industries such as quarrying, mining, privately held manufacturing, waste management, recycling facilities, municipal, military and the food industry. Any wastewater treatment, which involves a NPDES permit needs to be managed and maintain compliance standards specified by Federal and State regulations. Although different methods are used, treatments have a similar goal, and that is to minimize or completely remove pollutants and organisms that may cause disease. Once these elements have been removed, the treated water may be discharged for return safely to the environment.
Depending on the process used, specialty chemicals and or mechanical processes may be used or added during the treatment procedure to remove nitrogen, phosphorus and other elements. To ensure that the treatment process is correct, certain parameters and measurements are used and analyzed to maintain a proper balance of effluent in our WWTP Management procedures.
In the case of measuring efficiency, pH is used, and during multi-stage treatment, chlorination/dechlorination is also used to remove deadly bacteria. In more advanced systems we sometimes suggest the use of UV treatment. The type of treatment that is applied varies, but disinfectants like sodium hypochlorite and chlorine gas are common. In a typical wastewater treatment program, the excess chlorine is removed during dechlorination, usually by adding some sodium meta-bisulfite. Whatever the needs, Quest can handle your WWTP Management to assure compliance with Federal and State standards specified in your NPDES.