AWS have led the field for two decades helping their clients meet legislative requirements and manage their risk in a world where incineration, deep burial and long haul transport with their resultant environmental degradation are no longer an option
During this time AWS have continually upgraded all its unique technology as a response to the needs of generators to minimise their risk and meet their legislative requirements:
AWS Total Automation (TA) System
The AWS Total Automation (TA) system is being introduced to minimise risk and control biological hazards to a level not yet seen anywhere, requires no Operator and can operate around the clock every day of the year with the exception of time required for programmed maintenance.
AWS Total Automation (TA) Features:
- The ultimate in safety and cost control on your site
- Large Storage Hopper to hold the waste to be processed automatically by the Totally Automated AWS System
- Waste Bins (MGB’s) are automatically cleaned after emptying and untreated waste is automatically sent for treatment within the AWS Treatment System
- Operators are not required
- The AWS Total Automation (TA) System is made fully operational and fully supported (maintained and upgraded) by AWS
- The AWS TA System operates around the clock every day with the exception of time required for programmed maintenance
- AWS offers the new TA System as an upgrade to existing Systems to meet Workcover Requirements to improve the workplace environment and to reduce operating costs.
AWS no emissions to atmosphere (NETA) system
The AWS NETA System is being introduced to eliminate emissions and is designed to condense emissions from the AWS Waste Sterilising System and thereby condensable odours to meet EPA requirements
AWS NETA System Features:
- The AWS NETA System is a self regulating system
- The System is easily installed and integrated with the Waste Sterilising System and its controls and runs on automatic and takes up a minimum of space
- Eliminates airborne odours to meet the most stringent EPA requirements
- No waste water enters the NETA System below 100 deg C to meet AQIS requirements
- No waste water is discharged from the NETA System above 80 deg C to meet local authority waste water discharge temperature requirements
- The AWS NETA System is technically supported online by AWS and locally onsite by AWS Representatives
- The AWS NETA System operates around the clock every day of the year with the exception of time required for programmed maintenance
- AWS offers the new NETA System as an upgrade to existing Systems to meet Environmental Protection Agency Requirements and to improve the workplace environment.