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Waste Water Decontamination

Chemical supply and disposal can also include waste water decontamination. The waste water from safety laboratories and dissection rooms, in which sections are carried out on dead bodies that have died of highly infectious diseases, must be treated before safe disposal is possible. This treatment can be done by adding sodium hydroxide, so that the waste water becomes a weak sodium hydroxide. This sodium hydroxide is conveyed to the treatment sites through a double-walled, pressure-monitored pipeline network. After a certain period of time in the treatment centres the decontaminated, alkaline waste water can then be safely pumped through a piggable pipe system into a larger waste water tank. After reaching a certain amount, the alkaline waste water is released from the storage tanks. The neutralisation system is supplied via a pipeline system that can also be pigged. The development and delivery of such waste water decontamination systems involve challenges we enjoy solving.

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