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Making the World a Better Place, with Better Water

No two facilities have identical designs, processes and water chemistries. Any water reuse solution provider must have an experienced understanding of all related variables in both chemical and equipment solutions. U.S. Water’s engineering team has designed water reuse systems in a variety of industries, often involving different waste water streams, to reduce water use, eliminate discharge or conserve freshwater resources.
 

Eliminate Liquid Discharge to the Environment

Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) has the ability to increase water quality, decrease water intake to a plant, and most importantly, eliminate liquid discharge to the environment. U.S. Water has developed a five phase approach to zero liquid discharge projects to design the optimal system for industrial facilities. We model and combine various technologies including reverse osmosis, cold lime softening, ion exchange, evaporation and crystallization, and others to reduce the cost of installation and ongoing operational costs.
 

Water Reuse Advantages

From design to installation to ongoing water treatment, U.S. Water provides all of the steps that lead to successful water reuse. Each unique solution provides our customers with an all-inclusive, turn-key chemical and equipment package that alleviates concerns of effluent discharge, water availability and water quality.

U.S. Water has industry specific water treatment chemicals designed to meet the unique needs of water reuse. Our chemicals are designed to complement the equipment side of each solution, allowing for successful water reuse without sacrificing heating, cooling, or process system integrity. U.S. Water has also developed chemistries to meet some of the most stringent discharge limitations, while keeping systems scale and corrosion free.

As mandatory discharge limits continue to become more stringent, solutions for permit conformance can require better integration between chemicals and equipment, as well as a greater understanding of the entire facility’s water balance.

  • Municipal treated effluent water
  • Non-contact industrial water
  • Industrial process contact water
  • Storm water

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