Your water and wastewater treatment equipment is subject to continuous wear and tear, requiring repeat visits for parts and services. You can, though, take steps now to minimize repairs and keep your equipment running its best for years to come.
A wave of recent retirees has left experienced water and wastewater treatment plant (WTP and WWTP) operators in short supply and high demand. Given 2019 data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and a recent Time magazine analysis of occupation-based retirement ages, this shortage is set to become even more pronounced.
Although many refineries in the United States are operating under grandfathered National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits that do not require upgraded equipment, market forces are driving equipment upgrades.
Two Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations, intertwined and consistently in flux, are having an impact on waste streams in power plants.
Category: Wastewater Treatment
Industries around the world use an astonishing variety of screens for countless purposes. For example, within two broad screen categories – wet screens and dry screens – are subcategories such as vibrating screens, moving screens, stationary screens, horizontal screens, inclined screens, and many more.
Category: Industrial Water Reuse
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.
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.
Category: Water Treatment