1. Study

Water-related projects might include such elements as

1. Wastewater surveys
  • Hydraulic balance of water sources, consumers and wastewater flows

  • Source assessment and pollution load balance

  • Evaluation Best Available Techniques (BAT)

  • Introduction optimisations and evaluation of CAPEX and OPEX

2. Rain water assessment
  • Surface inventory and modelling of storm water flows

  • Characterisation of water composition

  • Simulation pumping stations, buffer tanks and treatment equipment

  • Scenario-analysis of buffering, reuse, infiltration and delayed discharge of non-polluted run-off

  • Scenario-analysis and design of polluted run-off water treatment

3. Screening of water treatment installations
  • Evaluation dimensioning and operation

  • Evaluation Best Available Techniques (BAT)

  • Introduction optimizations and evaluation CAPEX and OPEX

  • Minimization chemical consumption and sludge production

  • Negotiation of acceptable discharge limits

4. Alternative water sources and zero-discharge requirements
  • Identification of consumers and required water quality

  • Research appropriate treatment and impact water management

  • Cost-benefit analysis

5. Water and wastewatermasterplan
  • Discharge requirements compliance

  • Realisation zero-discharge projects

  • Reduction of water consumption and wastewater production

  • Cost decrease establishment for water use and wastewater treatment and discharge

Trevi has recognized experts in the water treatment field, which means that it can even supervise studies imposed by the special conditions of an environmental permit or lawsuits.

Research projects are vital to achieving sustainable long term solutions. Some customer case studies are shown in the project reports below: