Leaving the World a Better Place with Better Water - Apr 21, 2017
April 22 marks the annual worldwide Earth Day celebration. For many individuals, it’s a day of action to practice environmental habits or even provoke... read more
Minnesota Power, U.S. Water Team Up to Save $35,000 in Annual Maintenance Costs - Apr 3, 2017
Minnesota Power’s Arrowhead High Voltage Direct Current Terminal was experiencing scale and white rust build-up inside their cooling tower condenser tubes,... read more
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Gas Plant Saves Thousands in Compressor Repairs with Unique Chemistry
A midstream gas plant in Texas was experiencing severe black powder fouling resulting in compressor, valves and piston failure of two of their compressors every week. Valve and piston repairs were costing $11,200 each, and plant was paying approximately $1,164,800 in repairs annually. Compressor repairs were costing $3,400 a week in manpower, equaling an additional $176,800 a year. This was not sustainable, and the plant looked to U.S. Water’s experienced Energy team for a system solution.View project
U.S. Water’s EnergyOUT™ Reverse Osmosis Technology Significantly Reduces Laundry Facility’s Water and Energy Consumption
Due to Nevada’s ongoing drought conditions, Boyd Gaming Corporation - one of the state’s largest casino operators - began exploring ways to cut back on water and energy consumption at its Central Laundry facility in Henderson, Nev. Working with facility management, U.S. Water surveyed the facility and installed a solution that significantly reduced water, energy, and sewer expenses. The RO system dramatically improved feedwater and condensate quality, and reduced plant salt usage & manpower requirements.View project
U.S. Water's PhosZero™ Program Improves Corrosion Rates and Meets Discharge Limits at Power Plant
A power plant in Minnesota was experiencing scale and white rust build-up inside their cooling tower condenser tubes, creating obstacles cooling the inverter. If left untreated, the built-up could result in a costly asset replacement and unscheduled down-time. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) was also in the process of instituting new phosphate discharge limits, which encouraged plant management to take proactive steps to meet these new state limits before implementation.View project