Dalmunach is one of Scotland’s most contemporary distilleries, built on the site of the disused Imperial Distillery at Carron by owner Pernod Ricard (Chivas Brothers) in 2014.
Dalmunach is capable of producing up to 10 million litres per year, with the high quality Speyside style spirit used in bestselling blended whisky brands within Chivas Brothers’ portfolio, including Chivas Regal, Ballantine’s and Royal Salute.
Installation of an AMBR LE™ treatment plant, with scope limited chemical dosing systems, bioreactor tank, aeration system and ultrafiltration membranes as per client requirements.
Treatment of wastewater generated from process areas and notably for removal of residual copper concentrations, for discharge to sensitive watercourse to meet with stringent parameters set by SEPA.
- Low energy AMBR LE™ plant comprising bioreactor tank, slot type aeration, chemical dosing and ultrafiltration membrane separation
- Totally automated, with remote access for plant monitoring.
|Volume for AMBR LE ™ Treatment||720 m3/day|
|Design COD Load||1,836 kg/day|
|Design Copper Concentration||<5 mg/l|
|BOD from AMBR LE ™||< 10 mg/l|
|Copper Conc’n from AMBR LE ™||< 0.3 mg/l|
|Benefits for the Customer|
|Low energy consumption, flexible operation and energy management|
|Close partnership with client to ensure smooth integration of all treatment plant assets|
|Improved discharge condition to meet with SEPA requirements|
|Flexible scope of supply to compliment engineering|
|Optimised for copper removal|