This Multi-media Filtration System treats wastewater from textile manufacturing and reclaims water for the textile production process. The system features automatic backwashing of the media when the differential pressure across the filter is too high. Five grades of media are used to remove essentially all suspended particles larger than 20 microns.
This Reverse Osmosis System treats wastewater from a pharmaceutical manufacturer and reclaims water for reuse in the production process. Three different reverse osmosis systems are used to produce final permeate water of less than 3 us/cm conductivity at a recovery of more than 93%.
This Reverse Osmosis System treats wastewater from textile manufacturing and reclaims water for the textile production process. More than 70% of the wastewater is reclaimed and available for reuse. The system removes more than 95% of the dissolved solids, color, and organics present in the wastewater.
This Ultrafiltration System treats reclaimed wastewater produced by a surface finishing company. The system also includes two-stage reverse osmosis systems, media filtration, chemical dosing, and a clarifier. This system can recover more than 90% of the treated wastewater.
This Ultrafiltration System treats reclaimed wastewater generated by a commercial car wash. This system reduces the demand for city water by about 80% and reduces the disposal of wastewater. The system also includes an oil-water separator, an inclined plate clarifier, and a self-backwashing strainer.
This Reverse Osmosis System treats reclaimed wastewater produced by a large commercial bakery, thereby reducing discharge and reducing the demand for city water.
This Reverse Osmosis System treats a blend of ground water and reclaimed wastewater (from cooling towers and other sources) for a hospital, reducing discharge and decreasing their demand for city water.