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Considerations for Adopting Mobile Water and Wastewater Treatment Solutions

Posted by WesTech Engineering on Dec 5, 2018 7:36:36 PM

Mobile water or wastewater treatment equipment can provide an immediate solution to the problem of interrupted service.

Mobile units require a smaller commitment of resources for treatment, reduce operating costs and environmental footprint, and allow water projects to use a temporary solution before investing in a full-scale installation.

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Category: Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment

Trash Rake Project Demonstrates WTR’s Experience and Expertise

Posted by WesTech Engineering on Dec 3, 2018 9:14:19 PM

WesTech has an extensive equipment line and the expertise to tackle the most difficult industrial water treatment challenges. Solutions and expertise from WTR Engineering, LLC have recently expanded these capabilities even further.

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Category: Water Treatment

Ultrafiltration Membrane System Minimizes Operator Involvement, Handles Fluctuating Feed Water Quality

Posted by UF Membranes Team on Jan 26, 2017 7:45:00 AM

Packaged ultrafiltration membrane systems like WesTech’s AltaPac system are more flexible and accommodating of a site’s specific needs than one might think upon hearing the term “packaged.”

One particular East Coast site learned this first-hand, when they came to WesTech looking for a solution for treating a surface water source. The manufacturing company that owned the site wanted to use the water for cleaning their industrial process equipment, as well as pre-treating a portion of the water for a reverse osmosis unit.

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Category: Water Treatment

Converting Wastewater Algae Into High-Value Resources

Posted by Floyd Griffiths on Oct 13, 2016 2:26:40 PM

 

Originally published in Water Environment Federation's World Water Magazine

In a corporate-academic partnership unique to algal research, WesTech Engineering, Inc. and Utah State University’s Sustainable Waste-to-Bioproducts Engineering Center (SWBEC) are developing processes for more efficient harvesting of algae from municipal wastewater and other nutrient-rich sources. Floyd Griffiths of WesTech Engineering, Inc. reports on joint research efforts for converting algae into high-value bioproducts.

Corporations frequently establish joint research partnerships with universities in diverse fields; however, such collaboration seldom occurs in algal research, which has almost exclusively remained within the province of universities.

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Category: Multi-Barrier Water Treatment, Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment, Industrial Water Reuse

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