The waters from the fish processing industry could contain greases, oils and other organic impurities. Lamor has developed cost-effective systems to treat these waters with two-phase coagulation and electroflotation. The electroflotation uses a minimal amount of electricity and no added water is needed. The traditional flotation uses freshwater for dispersing water production but in the electroflotation process, the nanosize bubbles are generated with electricity.
The extracted sludge can be treated in a separate sludge drying unit which prepares the biomass for the composting process.
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