A new waste water treatment line for the industrial waste from local meat processing industry will be completed in spring 2020. The line will consist of a biological reactor tank, a secondary sedimentation tank and an averaging tank. The treatment process will be based on an innovative new phosphorus filtering media, Polonite, which is formed from highly porous calcium silicate mineral. Polonite not only removes phosphorus from waste water, but also enables full phosphorus recovery. All the new tanks and pipelines are already in place waiting for the test runs.