Here is a brief overview of Shenyang project
Treatment of leachate
Shenyang, North China
In December 2019 LAT Water installed a wastewater treatment plant at the Daxin landfill at Shenyang in northern China. The landfill produces up to 2,000m3/day of leachate which runs first through a reverse osmosis system. The installed RO plant cannot fully treat the leachate and produces 120m3/day of highly variable flows of concentrated brine, which is what the LAT unit treats.
LAT Water installed two 60m3/day units working parallel, capable of treating 120m3/day. The units are designed to work 24/7.
The LATTM Units operate using waste steam available from an on-site waste incinerator.
The clean product water is compliant with all local environmental regulations for discharge. The concentrated waste stream is then readmitted into the landfill.
Since installation in 2019 the LAT units have had over 95% uptime, with only minimal maintenance required. The units were designed to remove a minimum of 70% clean water, but have been achieving in excess of 85% clean water recovery.
The operating costs have been less than £2/m3 input wastewater, providing a massive operating cost saving to the customer.Industries
- Total operating costs: Less than £2/m3 input wastewater
- Uptime: Over 95%
- Clean Water recovery: Over 85%
- Extreme temperature swings (-25°C to +35°C)
- Input flowrate: 120m3/day, possible flow variation +/-30%
|Paramater||Feed Waste Water||Clean Distillate Water|
|TDS (mg/L)||70,000||< 50||pH||8||7||Sodium (mg/L)||17,000||< 80||Chloride (mg/L)||34,000||< 26|