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The Evans Bio System (EBS) is the latest solution for industrial wastewater where the waste stream includes large amounts of organic contaminants. The EBS rapidly degrades organic contaminants such as oil, grease, diesel, drilling mud and converts these contaminants into water and carbon dioxide. The EBS features:
- MARINE GRADE ALUMINUM
- EASY INSTALLATION
- SKID-MOUNTED WITH FORKLIFT POCKETS
Water Separation – Choosing Your Filtration Options
Wastewater treatment systems are very specific on what can be separated from a waste stream. A system designed for suspended solids may not remove emulsified oils or heavy metals efficiently. Conversely, a system that is designed to remove oil may not be able to filter heavy particulate.
One of the most common treatment methods is the use of biological compounds, such as microbes, to break down light-medium contamination. This treatment is primarily used when a company needs to remove:
- Drilling Mud
- Other Types of Hydrocarbons
- Organic Matter
- Other Light-Medium Viscous Contamination
This form of bio-treatment can effectively and rapidly degrade organic contaminates, and either discharge the remaining water or recycle for reuse through an industrial pressure washer. While this can get your water relatively clean (100-50 microns), sometimes you need to further decontaminate.
However, if you’re facing heavy contamination, your best option may be a mechanical filtration system, such as the Evans Mechanical System (EMS). You can run the water through various filters in a series to handle:
- Oil and Grease
In many cases, you could even combine bio-remediation with filtration when you have organic contaminates and suspended solids. There are a number of solutions that can work together to make sure your setup is efficient, effective, and compliant with regulations.
With any of the treatment options we offer, you can either discharge the treated water through a sewer or other environmentally compliant location, install a system to evaporate excess water, or recycle the water, depending on the situation.
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