Published by Treatment Plant Operator magazine.
There are many reasons that municipal plants might need temporary water and wastewater capacity. It could be because part of the plant is down for maintenance. Or a storm interrupts operations. Or a temporary solution helps the plant bridge the transition to a new system.
Treatment Plant Operator magazine interviewed WesTech’s Tyler Gladwin, Applications Engineer in the Rental Services Group, for a recent technology deep dive article about rental solutions for temporary municipal needs.
Read the full article here.
The article spotlighted WesTech’s extensive offering of mobile, containerized, and skid-mounted systems available for temporary use. These can be on-site and operating within days with little upfront cost. They include tanks, accessory equipment, and support services. The most common rentals for municipalities are multimedia pressure filters, RapiSand™ ballasted flocculation units, dissolved air flotation systems, disc filters, aeration units, and containerized membrane ultrafiltration systems.