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wastewater treatment systems


Our priority is to keep your company in compliance with local sanitation industrial discharge requirements. Burt Process engineers will work closely with you through system design, build, start-up, and on-site operator training. We also offer annual service contracts to help you keep your custom-engineered wastewater treatment system running smoothly. With over 50 years of experience in providing the latest technology industrial wastewater treatment systems, Burt Process is here to help you find the most reliable, cost-effective treatment system to meet your needs.

Custom pH Neutralization Systems

For Wastewater Treatment

The Burt Process ACS Series of Assured Compliance pH neutralization systems are designed for uncompromised reliability. The ACS is a prepackaged, skid-mounted system that treats continuous flow streams using our proprietary "hybrid batch technology" and accepts continuous waste stream flow rates of up to 300 GPM with a pH of 2-12.

The Burt Process pH Plus series of pH adjustments systems are uniquely designed for continuous wastewater flow streams up to 50 GPM and pH levels from 4 to 12. These compact, custom-engineered systems can also be configured to run manually or with automatic batch controls. pH Plus is a prepackaged industrial wastewater treatment system that is specifically designed for ease of installation and maintenance. 


Customized pH neutralization systems use precision metering to reduce chemical usage in laboratory or high purity waste streams. Combined with a chemical feed system for pretreatment, ion content can be increased, while minimizing the amount of reagent needed for the process. This highly efficient system reduces chemical usage and saves money.

Custom engineered industrial wastewater treatment systems provide the most reliable and cost-effective means for meeting discharge requirements. Design options include automated chemical metering systems, reagent tank make-up systems, multi-stage pH neutralization, bulk chemical transfer, HMI/BMS/SCADA interface, as well as sodium bicarbonate injection. Customized pump lift stations can be used before or after wastewater treatment systems when waste streams are unable to flow by gravity. Easy onsite or remote monitoring of pH levels and effluent flow is included. Compact systems designs are ideal when floor space is limited. Burt Process custom waste treatment systems provide the ultimate design flexibility.


Mutli-stage pH Neutralization & Metals Precipitation System

Multi-stage pH Neutralization and metals precipitation system capable of processing 10 GPM or 4,000 gallons over an eight-hour period. Waste is collected in a 4,000-gallon bulk equalization tank and then pumped through a multi-stage waste treatment module which includes metals precipitation and final pH adjustment.

Precipitated solids are collected in a settling compartment where they are then pumped to a clarifier for further dewatering. The entire operation is monitored and controlled via onboard ORP, pH, and flow instruments.

Cyanide Destruct & Waste pH Neutralization System

This system is a skid-mounted flow-through four (4) stage continuous pH adjustment and oxidation system designed to remove toxic Cyanide from cooling tower wastewater and to adjust final pH for discharge compliance. Wastewater is supplied from existing transfer pumps to the system inlet. The system is comprised of four tank assemblies, one tank per stage, with Acid/Caustic reagent dosing and Sodium Hydrochloride dosing pumps, and a Main PLC Control panel.

The system is designed to accept and treat continuous wastewater flow at 23 GPM. This rating assumes a minimum retention time of 20 minutes in each stage (or approximately 80-90 minutes in the system). The system can also accept flows of up to 30 GPM for short durations.

System treatment entails increasing the pH of the wastewater in Stage 1, followed by oxidizing Cyanide to Cyanate in Stage 2, subsequently oxidizing the resultant Cyanate to Carbon Dioxide and Nitrogen in Stage 3, and finally adjusting pH for discharge in Stage 4. The system is designed to allow wastewaters at temperatures of up to 100F into the system.