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Analyse your waste water composition

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Our chemical engineers have worked on water treatment sites across Australia and globally —troubleshooting, optimising and providing detailed reports on existing operations. If you're looking for help with a current or future project, please reach out to see how we can support you.

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Mining wastewater contains a range of contaminants that cause corrosion, scaling, and toxicity. 


Like a fingerprint, no two mine waters are identical, and a tailored water treatment solution is required for each site.




Manufacturing processes often use a range of chemicals that end up in the wastewater.


Detailed water chemistry analysis is required to design a treatment system capable of removing these chemicals.

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Food Services


Wastewater from the food industry is typically high in organics, solids, and residual ingredients.


Often the water is not toxic and a simple solids separation process is sufficient for treatment.

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Strategies for municipal water management depend on local water issues and scarcity.


Minimal treatment is often required for fresh water sources.  Heavier treatment is needed for municipal wastewater.


We consult on small and large water treatment projects across Australia, with capacity for site visits and remote work depending on your needs.

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We offer a range of services, which includes:

  • Water treatment process design

  • Lab analysis and testwork

  • Plant operation troubleshooting

  • Third party assessment

  • Detailed, quality report writing

Whether you're looking for a particular service or not sure what you need, we can help.

Call us today to discuss your operation.

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Our goal at Westwood Water is to deliver the highest quality engineering and designs to maximise your project outcomes.

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