JNE Environmental is excited to announce the development of our very own line of engineered wastewater treatment coagulants manufactured in-house with both Canadian and internationally sourced raw feedstocks.
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JNE Environmental was recently approached to investigate performance issues with a Southern Ontario cheese manufacturer’s wastewater pH correction system. Their existing system was not adequately meeting sewer discharge limits and thus a more capable system was required to achieve compliance. Wastewater from cheese manufacturing can be difficult to treat because it contains significant concentrations of FOG (Fats, Oils, and Grease), TSS (Total Suspended Solids), and Phosphorus, all of which are considered in these sewer by-law limits.
Are you facing pressure to get a process back up and running within a strict shutdown window? Our specialists have developed standard testing, simulation, and onsite practices that can reduce the risk of delayed start-up and minimize effects on your production schedule.
A potato chip manufacturer in the Toronto area approached JNE Environmental to tackle a problem with their oily wastewater. The wastewater from their production lines was packed with starches, fats, oil, and grease; all emulsified with cleaners. This creates a particularly difficult concoction for treatment systems to treat the wastewater to sewer compliance.
Looking to expand your plant or replace aging infrastructure? We work with you to ensure your power system is robust, safe, and reliable to help bring your process goals to reality. Through collaboration with process owners, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), local utility companies (LDCs), and other key stakeholders, our team can gather the appropriate data to model and simulate the behaviour of plant power systems to develop applicable equipment specifications to meet your process needs.
What happens to soapy water after it goes down the drain? The events of the past two years have seen everyone keeping clean by thoroughly washing their hands and constantly rinsing with soapy water. But how do you clean the water that is used for cleaning? JNE Environmental was approached to solve this exact problem.
Arc flashes, one of the most disastrous and least understood electrical hazards in the workplace, are usually caused by inadvertent contact between an energized conductor with another energized conductor or a grounded surface. These can cause devastating injuries and equipment damage. JNE can provide complete short circuit, arc flash, and relay coordination studies of your facility to help ensure the latest regulations are maintained and employee safety remains a top priority.