problem to be solved:
Treatment of waste waters originating
from slaughterhouses and meat-processing
facilities. (High fat content.)
The essence of the process is a
mixture of two organic substances, which
converts the fat emulsion, partially
digesting, surrounding and finally
settling it down.
The high fat-containing waste
water produced by the slaughterhouse or
the meat-processing facility shall be
filtered, then introduced into an
engineering structure (basin) meant for
storage and treatment. It continuously
receives the effluent flow when the plant
is working. The treatment is carried out
when the plant is not working. During the
treatment the mixture of the chemical
substances is introduced into the waste
water parallel with a slow agitation.
After the necessary reaction time the
treated water is transported from the
At slaughterhouses and meat-processing
Protecting the environment from
fat-containing waste waters
Extremely quick and efficient method
Cheap; practically no investment is
of development: Product
introduction: Dániel KÁLMÁN, who is an
agricultural engineer and specialised
engineer in two other fields. He got his
diplomas at the Agricultural University
of Gödöllo. He has been specialised in
R & D (working in this
field for 10 years) and he dominantly
deals with environmental topics. At the
moment, he is the full or part owner of
21 patents all together.
application (Hu P9501382)
- Priority: 11.05.1995.
where it is force:
intention: Sale of the process on the
domestic market and/or abroad.
KÁLMÁN, TOXIMENT Bt.
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