FAQ

WEF Institute of Technology Inc.

FAQ

     
What is industrial waste disposal?
What is sludge (industrial waste)?
What is sludge treatment?
Why is so much sewage sludge generated?
Is sewage sludge simply treated by drying, incinerating, or landfilling?
Is WEF’sα-Gaia system effective to treat sewage sludge?
What is active oxygen and how is it used?
What makes WEF’s technology in active oxygen a “world-leading” technology?
Is there any health risk usingα-Gaia?
Do you have technologies other than theα-Gaia system?
How can we adopt CLIRAC treatment in our facility?
What is the procedure for CLARIC treatment at our site?
Is CLIRAC treated sludge recyclable?
Petroleum sludge is known to be very difficult to treat, therefore, such sludge is normally left untreated. Is your technology able to treat and recycle this type of sludge?
The demand for a new treatment technology has emerged because the current methods suffer from issues with energy-consumption and disposal limitations. Is WEF capable of providing technology to solve these two issues?
Pressurized flotation separation process of oil requires a large amount of chemicals in addition to high maintenance and cost for disposing the separated oil substance as industrial waste. Does the SBC-Pro treatment system help solve these issues?
Waste disposal is broadly categorized as one of two types, industrial waste or general waste. For general waste disposal, unlike Japan, China and other Asian countries are lacking strict waste recycling regulations, even though their landfill capacities are getting smaller and smaller. We often see photos of children in such countries working and searching for valuables in the waste disposal sites (raw garbage). Do you have any solution to treat general waste without waste segregation?