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Effluent Treatment by Syngineering

Sunday, September 4th, 2016

Syngineering Water, Australian distributors of VSEP water treatment systems have been applying the VSEP to many different ways to improve waste water treatment. This application is treating effluent from an abattoir and producing water that complies to the Australian Drinking water guidelines

I know this is not the best topic and people do not want to talk about effluent, but unless innovative practical engineers and scientists like the team at Syngineering continue to develop ways to treat effluent, waste water and leachate then we will destroy ourselves.

Syngineering have been developing new and innovative methods of treating effluent and waste water by combining VSEP and reverse osmosis.

Syngineering have been developing new and innovative methods of treating effluent and waste water by combining VSEP and reverse osmosis.

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Syngineering Completes Water Treatment Plant Design

Monday, January 11th, 2016

Well done to the Syngineering projects team who have completed and submitted the final water treatment plant design in record time.  From contract to final design in a few short months, now for the Syngineering construction and commissioning team to take over and get the plant built.

VSEP Water Treatement Plant Design

VSEP Water Treatement Plant Design for a landfill leachate application in New Zealand.

VSEP Case Study – El Bordo Poniente, Mexico City

Monday, February 2nd, 2015

Landfill Mexico CityOnce Mexico City’s only solid waste landfill, it is now closed to allow landfills to be opened further away from the residents of the city.  However, the landfill was used to support a 9 million person population and so is still producing leachate wastewater and will continue to do so for some time. Continue reading “VSEP Case Study – El Bordo Poniente, Mexico City” »

VSEP Contract

Tuesday, January 13th, 2015

Here at Syngineering we have been granted a new contract working with American water treatment giants New Logic Research Inc. as the national distributor in Australia for their new product VSEP (Vibratory Shear Enhanced Process). VSEP is the world’s first vibrating membrane separation system. Its done by applying vibratory shear waves directly at the membrane surface. VSEP is able to separate difficult feed streams including high levels of suspended and dissolved solids, oils, organics and other problematic constituents. The process is inexpensive and capable of:

  • Processing thousands of litres per minute
  • Has the ability to stay cleaner for longer
  • Can process constituents with a large solid percentage (~70%)
  • Has a high efficiency (~99%)
  • Simple design (two main parts), and
  • Compact in size.

To download a copy of our VSEP pamphlet click here pdficon_small