Wastewater treatment plants for restaurants
The wastewater treatment plant for restaurants is characterised by different properties: On the one hand, the wastewater contains organic waste from food and drink residues. On the other hand, some of restaurants, which including hotels, often offer overnight accommodation and wastewater from hygienic processes is produced. As a result, the ammonia content of the wastewater is higher, and it also contains more fats and oils. ClearFox® offers wastewater treatment plants for restaurants that effectively treat these different types of wastewater.
The ClearFox® wastewater treatment systems for restaurants have the following advantages:
- Available as a modular system in a concrete tank
- Short construction time
- Low space requirement
- Technology tested several times and recommended by leading wastewater associations
- Robust and durable fixed bed biology
- Fully automatic control technology
- Uniform inflow due to mechanical settling units
- Quiet and odourless operation
- Above-ground and underground installation possible
- Guaranteed compliance with local wastewater regulations for reuse or discharge into public waters
The wastewater treatment plants for restaurants compensate for fluctuating wastewater volumes.
In the catering and accommodation industry, wastewater volumes often fluctuate. For example, room occupancy is often seasonal and the pub business is busier at the weekend than at the beginning of the week. The ClearFox® wastewater treatment plants for restaurants easily compensate for the varying wastewater volumes. An upstream tank collects the wastewater and passes it on to the biological fixed-bed process at intervals. This means that wastewater volumes of up to 50 m³ per day are possible. If a business exceeds this volume, a larger container-based wastewater treatment plant for restaurants can be used. Solutions are available for new projects, or to upgrade existing septic tanks or cesspits.
ClearFox® delivers the systems completely as a modular system in a concrete container. This makes them easy to install – thanks to the pre-assembled technology, construction time is kept to a minimum. After the excavation pit has been dug, the ClearFox® fitters deliver the system, install it, connect it to all pipes and put it into operation. A detailed briefing of the operator completes the service package.