Water has become the most regulated, costly, and misused resource within companies. It is also the area where the most efficiency can be gained.

A basic understanding of each technology along with working with a qualified professional will insure that the water treatment system provides the desired results.

What you need to know first

Having answers to these questions is critical for both equipment selection and determining the proper water treatment technology.

What is the source of the influent water and how is it generated?
How much water volume will be processed? (hourly and daily)
What are the constituents in the water? (Oils, Solids, Metals, etc.)
What are the characteristics of the constituents in the water? (free-floating oils, emulsified oils, settleable solids, suspended solids, etc.)
What is the intended use of the treated water? (Recycle, spot free rinsing, discharge to sewer, potable)

Typically, a combination of technologies is required to obtain the desired results.

Pre- Treatment –

a vital part of any system to prepare the water for additional downstream treatment.

Oil/Water Separation –

generally capable of separating free-floating oils

Mechanical Filtration –

removal of solids from the water

Coagulation/Flocculation –

removal of suspended particles and or emulsified oils

Bioremediation –

applying living organisms (microbes) to break down organic carbon-based molecules

Evaporation –

alternative to off-site disposal of waste water

Next step

We evaluate water treatment system requirements against best available technologies and select the optimum combination to meet required objectives.

Contact us to discuss your requirements and establish budgetary numbers