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Landfill leachate is the runoff water that occurs from operational or closed landfills. This water flows at lower rates on dry days when naturally occurring moisture percolates out and at higher rates on rainy days when the leachate waters are combined with stormwater. Municipal landfill leachate water is often characterized by four main groups of contaminants:

Dissolved organic matter
Inorganic macro components
Heavy metals
Xenobiotic organic compounds
Hazardous waste landfills are characterized by all of the above and potentially more including compounds regulated by the RCRA.

Leachate characteristics are determined by the site, design, solid waste, mode of operation at the landfill, as well as the age of the landfill itself. Young landfills (

Features of our DT Reverse Osmosis Systems:

– More than 300 references on 4 continents from 1-25 m³/h per line
– Designed with more than 25 years of experience

– Modular expandable design with one or multiple stages
– High pressure units maximize permeate yield ( Recovery Rate )
– Mobile containerized units or in situation installation options
– No chemical pre-tratment necessary
– Small footprint
– Installation complementary to existing treatment plants
– “Plug & Play” installation with a short strart-up period
– Short or long-term rental opportunities
– Economic module exchange
– Local and regional service

 

 

System Type Flow min. Flow max. Flow max. DT modules
  m³/h m³/h m³/d stage one stage two
ROAW 9112-9116 – 1-3 stages 0,4 0,9 19 3-6 1-2
ROAW 9122-9126 – 1-3 stages 0,5 1,8 39 5-20 2-6
ROAW 9132-9136 – 1-3 stages 1,5 4,0 85 10-40 3-8
ROAW 9142-9146 – 1-3 stages 3,0 6,0 130 25-60 5-20
ROAW 9152-9156 – 1-3 stages 5,0 15,0 325 40-150 10-30
 
lower and higher flow rates on request
fully automatic systems
pressure range: 75-90 bar
high pressure stages up to 120 bar

 

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