The Trant Group has launched Te-Tech Process Solutions, to provide innovative products for water and wastewater treatment using advanced process technologies.

Te-Tech’s products are designed, manufactured and assembled off-site for rapid delivery, installation and commissioning. With in-house capability including process, mechanical and electrical design, digital engineering, operational optimisation and real-time control, Te-Tech has the flexibility to engineer bespoke systems from standard packages to meet the exacting needs of clients in the municipal, industrial and commercial water and wastewater sectors.

Business Development Director, Mike Froom, says “Our strategic partnership with Austrian environmental engineering group SFC Umwelttechnik allows us to offer sustainable technologies including advanced biological treatment, ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis and membrane bioreactors.”

Just in time for AMP7, Te-Tech is introducing te-cyc cyclic activated sludge technology, well suited for wastewater treatment works required to meet 1 mg/l phosphorus residuals without chemical dosing. “The process achieves enhanced biological P removal and less than 0.3 mg/l P with a small dose of chemicals”, says Froom. The process also achieves nitrate removal and allows for simultaneous nitrification and denitrification to take place.”

Whilst Te-Tech’s focus is on innovation, the company also offers traditional process packages such as activated sludge and submerged aerated filters for wastewater and clarification, filtration and UV disinfection for drinking water. Te-Tech also has in-house automation and control technology and manufacturing facilities for control panels and motor control centres.

Chief Operating Officer, Ashton Dewey, is thrilled to be at the helm of the new company, “It’s an opportunity to make a real difference as we meet the needs of tightening consents for nutrient removal from wastewater and face up to the challenges of emerging contaminants in the future. Te-Tech Process Solutions aim to be at the forefront of technology and innovation.”

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