Rayong Refinery Public Co. Ltd.

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Flootech supplied complete oily wastewater treatment process upgrade to Rayong Refinery Public Co. Ltd. in Thailand.

The wastewater treatment process is a complete delivery including engineering, all the major equipment, piping and instrumentation. The delivery was carried out in close cooperation with the client by closely following the design standards and agreed time schedule.

The biological treatment consists of a two-stage activated sludge system and a secondary clarification unit. The activated sludge basin is designed by  Flootech and aerated by fine bubble bottom aeration membranes. The secondary clarification is a clarifier which has been the choice of hundreds of other industrial customers.

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