It's time to raise your expectations. Increasing costs for fresh water and wastewater discharge, coupled with diminishing availability of fresh water from natural sources, have resulted in an increased emphasis on wastewater recycle/reuse for industrial applications
Landfills are filling up at an alarming rate. The term disposal is misleading; as today’s lined landfills are really nothing more than underground garbage bags. In reality, today’s modern landfills are designed to contain the waste, and ensure no leakage from the garbage gets into the ground water system. Today’s outdated method of handling this waste sends millions of gallons of water to the landfill.
Complex waste disposal regulations, costly analytical methods, limited contaminant toxicology data, liquid intensive collection methods, liability consideration, and cost restraints make disposal of street wastes and eductor truck waste a major problem today.
The purpose of this total system is to provide a better more efficient way of handling street and eductor truck waste that promotes the treatment, recovery and recycling procedures of that waste in a way that is economical, preserve’s resources, and protects human health and the environment.
For those in charge of receiving the waste stream, maximizing the value and minimizing the liabilities associated with water and waste treatment systems are a top priority. The best way to raise the value and lower the liability associated with water and waste systems is with a quality service approach, including engineering design, construction, operation, and project financing services for water and waste project.
Our specifically designed system outlines finite specific steps that when implemented and included in the process allows the industry to achieve the reproducible and accurate results needed to meet the specified requirements and stringent regulations of state and federal ecology programs
Removing as much as 80% of the solids waste stream currently going directly to landfills and recycling them, as well as recovering 95 % or better of the water phase allows for huge economic and environmental benefits to the operator, community and the planet.
No longer is decanting liquids into fields or concrete pads for evaporation necessary or required. Evaporation or adsorption is not recycling.
No longer is mixing or adding additional adsorption material in the solids stream to dry it up necessary or required. Adding material such as paper or sawdust to the waste stream only exasperates the landfill issue.
This system is economical, operator friendly, environmentally sound, requires little maintenance, low power usage and has a relatively small installation footprint.
More important, it addresses the total process, from truck discharge to product.