An oil-water separator combined with an integrated tube-type oil skimmer can continually remove oil for the food and beverage industry.
Organic waste can generate biogas and electricity that can be sold to the grid or used on-site. It can also result in reduced waste and disposal costs.
A pharmaceutical plant installs a wastewater treatment system to meet discharge limits, reduce costs and eliminate off-site trucking.
Rubber gasket design, fabrication and replacement are important considerations for industrial water treatment facilities.
Florida Ice & Farm Company’s installation of a Global Water and Energy wastewater treatment plant produces biogas that can be used in other processes.
Pharmaceutical chemicals are designed to be biologically active, so the disposal of their waste products receives regulatory scrutiny in many countries.
The industry has yet to reach the full potential of anaerobic digestion, specifically in biogas utilization and energy production.
A craft brewery installs a wastewater treatment system, saving the municipality from investing in additional equipment to handle high-strength wastewater.
Advanced treatment processes for produced water help make water reclamation more affordable and help operators comply with environmental regulations.
According to forecasts, Global Water Intelligence projects the global water market to reach $914.9 billion by 2023, and Global Market Insights reports wastewater recovery systems market to exceed $50 billion by 2024.