WATER TREATMENT

Landfill Leachate

Landfill leachate is water that has travelled through landfill sites and typically contains a variety of unwanted contaminants, both suspended (visible) and dissolved matter. These contaminants can be dangerous and pose a risk to the environment. For the leachate to be safely discharged, these contaminants must be safely removed or considerably reduced.

Different kinds of landfill will contain different contaminants. Jacobi’s technical experts can help you find the ideal grade of activated carbon to treat the type of landfill leachate you are dealing with. The carbon will come from our AquaSorb™ range which can reduce the following:

  • Organic matter (COD)
  • PFAS (Per-fluorinated alkylated substances)
  • Colours
  • Toxic compounds
  • Other contaminants

LANDFILL LEACHATE: PRODUCTS

AquaSorb™

AquaSorb™

Specialised activated carbon product designed for a wide range of water treatment duties. Products in this range are compliant with international standards, including NSF, EN and AWWA. Moreover, they also meet the requirements of the Food Chemicals Codex. This ensures a high standard of performance in potable, process and waste water applications.

LANDFILL LEACHATE: SOLUTIONS

EcoFlow™ filters

Filters

Jacobi Services can provide AquaFlow™ filters to be used with our AquaSorb™ carbon, as well as covering all maintenance and servicing of the filters.

resins

Resins

Our AquaSorb™ range can be used together with ion exchange resins from our Resinex range for optimum results.

Reactivation

Recycling

Jacobi also offers a recycling service. This is a hassle-free service which allows spent carbon to be removed and recycled. The recycled carbon can then be reused again, reducing waste. We provide the entirety of this service, removing the spent carbon, reactivating it and rotating your filters. If the carbon cannot be recycled, we can remove it and ensure it is safely disposed of.

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