Dairy Waste-Water Management System
TEC Square designs its processes to avoid waste water where possible. Why generate dairy waste water when it can be avoided? And avoided waste water means avoiding water usage. With the right project design, planning and project execution, TEC Square reduces waste water liquid and BOD considerably, requiring a relatively small investment.
Our plants use less water, and a TEC Square operation with evaporation will actually generate excess water at a low milk intake. For dairy plants without evaporation we come close to “zero” water consumption.
Our philosophy is to dedicate additional investment in processing equipment to avoid generating waste stream. This additional investment will be largely compensated by:
- Less investment in a waste water treatment plant.
- Lower operational costs (waste water discharge, solids recovery and water reuse).
Our solutions require reduced investment in Waste Water treatment
Characteristics and advantages of the TEC Square Dairy Waste Water Management System
TEC Square believes that engineering is done correctly when unnecessary waste is avoided.
We prefer to invest in technology to avoid waste, rather than treating waste.
Waste Water Management
We aim to create 3 waste streams:
“Cow” Water Recuperation
TEC Square uses “cow” water as:
Solids are separated by a filtration system, and go to a fermentation system for animal feed processing. We recuperate solids contained in water from the following sources: