Montes Orozco Transport inaugurated a new tank cleaning and WWTP made by Aguambiente and Arcoi
Montes Orozco inaugurated its new tank cleaning and WWTP this Friday, the 13th of October. Different personalities of the Portuguese and Spanish industry, between which there were Aguambiente, specialists in industrial water treatment and Arcoi, Washing Systems, attended the inauguration.
This new tank cleaning is placed in Quimiparque Business Park in Estarreja (Portugal). The tank cleaning and the corresponding WWTP have been made by Arcoi and Aguambiente by their combined proposal to provide customized full solutions to tank cleaning and treatment of resultant water.
Montes Orozco appeared in 1994 by Mr. Ricardo Montes. Firstly, it transported dangerous goods, specially the eighth class (corrosive substances). Then the business expanded to powdery products and general shit containers. Nowadays, it transports all types of shit and its field of influence spreads along the whole Iberian Peninsula with important synergies in the northwest.
Tank cleaning and WWTP
The Monoblock System installed by Arcoi was presented in June in the National Congress of Tank Transport of Madrid, in addition, it has also a Modular System with Rotary Compresses -if you wish, you can extend information in arcoi.net-.
The WWTP installed by Aguambiente, who also is responsible for maintenance and set-up, has a pretreatment system to remove big size solids. Then, the effluent is equalized in a modular fiberglass storage tank (11m diameter and 4 m high) to guarantee the efficacy and control of the treatment process. After, a physico-chemical treatment with Dissolved Air Flotation reduce the load to the permissible levels. Lastly, sludge is storaged in a tank to manage it. More information in www.aguambiente.com/
The inauguration has been presided by Managers Mr. Ricardo Montes and Mr. Juan Montes; Mr Borja González, Consulting Engineer and Mr. Eurico Barreto responsible of Montes Orozco Portugal. After the catering and the inaugural speech they did a guided tour to explain process and technologies used.