Top Sources of Industrial Wastewater

A Look at Wastewater-Heavy Industries Almost all industries produce some form of wastewater. Equipment designed for solid-liquid separation, such as a filter press, provides for the reuse of water and cost-effective disposal of dewatered solids. Here are some wastewater-heavy industries

How a Commercial Car Wash Can Reuse Water and Save Money

Each time you wash your car, wastewater is created – it’s unavoidable. However, using a commercial car wash (either automatic or self-serve) rather than washing your car at home can help save water thanks to water recycling processes integrated into

Using Filter Presses to Recycle Flowback and Produced Water

What is Hydraulic Fracturing? Hydraulic fracturing (informally referred to as “fracking”) is an oil and gas well development process that involves injecting water, chemicals and additives (known as proppants) under high pressure into a shale rock formation. To keep fissures and fractures

Benefits of Recycling Laundry Wastewater

Have you ever paused after opening your water bill and thought, “How can I get this lowered?” If you run a commercial hotel or similar business that does a lot of on-site linens, then there’s a good chance this question

How Recycling Car Wash Wastewater Benefits Business

Recycling car wash wastewater is an often-overlooked way to cut costs, ensure company sustainability, and help the environment. Learn more about the benefits of car wash wastewater treatment and how the process works. Why Recycle Water? It’s no secret that humans consume millions of

How Drought-Stricken California Recycles Wastewater

Wastewater treatment professionals know that water recycling—the process of cleaning and repurposing wastewater—is not a new concept. All kinds of industries reuse water in their operations, including industrial laundries, car and truck washing facilities, metal finishers, and more. Municipal wastewater