In recent years there have been numerous changes in European water law, reflected in the Water Framework Directive (WFD) and, most recently, in the EU Green Deal. In addition, industry-specific BAT or BREF codes of practice are regularly developed and adopted. As a result, national wastewater ordinances are currently subject to constant change, so that the wastewater register has become the central element of operational wastewater management.
Wastewater producers in the chemical, pharmaceutical, chip and textile industries are required by the German Wastewater Ordinance (AbwV) to compile an operational wastewater register and submit it to the responsible water authority. The register serves as evidence that all water law requirements have been met and includes a description and documentation of the respective wastewater flows and their flow paths. Special attention must be paid to reviewing the use of resources and the concentration of different substances and heavy metals. Our experts have decades of experience in the preparation of wastewater registers and industrial wastewater treatment. Please do not hesitate to contact us.
|Wastewater from plants producing substances, mixtures, solutions, or filling quantities
|Wastewater from plants producing or processing medical substances
|Wastewater from plants for chip production or upstream/downstream processing
|Wastewater from textile processing, treatment or finishing
|Annex 22 AbwV
|Annex 22 AbwV
|Annex 35 AbwV
|Annex 38 AbwV
Processing and analysis of the entire operational wastewater network, recording of the relevant wastewater flows and balancing
Preparation of operational wastewater and indirect discharger registers
Continuous updating of operational wastewater, or indirect discharger registers
Advice on process optimisation for process engineering plants