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 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

Advances in Wastewater Treatment: From Sludge to Clean Water

When discussing municipal wastewater treatment equipment, “sludge” is the term used to signify a toxic semi-solid slurry made up of all of the different types of wastewater that end up at a water treatment plant via sewage systems. Sludge typically is a kind

A Filter Press Is a Depth Filter: The Role of Filter Cloths and Cake in the Dewatering Process

Depth filters are innovative pieces of technology that allow particles to collect throughout the medium, not just on the surface. The filter cloth is an integral part of the filter press, collecting particles to separate solids from liquids. What Sets Depth

Application Spotlight: Wastewater Treatment Equipment for Bottling Water

Conserving the world’s water and using it efficiently are important goals. Wastewater treatment equipment is a crucial component for ensuring conservation and responsible use of water. Bottling nature’s filtered water in an environmentally responsible way is important for the owner of

Rock Solid Wastewater Recycling for Stone Fabrication

The average stone fabrication shop produces much more than just countertops and polished stone surfaces. Processes like cutting and polishing also produce a lot of wastewater. Oversights with disposal can lead to compliance fines, and the regulations around contaminants and

What Is Membrane Microfiltration?

Membrane microfiltration is a technology that is used in wastewater treatment, solvent recovery, gas separation, metal and catalyst recovery and other industrial processes. As the name suggests, this type of filtration employs a porous membrane that removes microscopic contaminants. Related

How Different Industries Use Industrial Filtration Equipment to Save

Water is arguably Earth’s most precious natural resource. Conserving and protecting the health of this vital fluid is everyone’s responsibility and an issue of critical importance for water-intensive industries. Just as businesses depend on their supply of water, water depends