Removing Water From Waste Materials

Written by Wall Street News on January 27th, 2019. Posted in Environmental remediation equipment, Groundwater remediation equipment rentals, Remediation plan

Planet Earth is known as being a watery world, but where modern life and industry are concerned, only a fraction of that water is in fact useful. Fresh water, or salt-free water, is just a small percentage of all the world’s water, and only 1% of all water on the Earth is suitable for drinking. Clean water can be provided when water purification plants in towns and cities extract water from waste material such as coal ash, sewage, industrial waste, and more, and filters and chemicals in those plants will result in clean water that is then released into public utilities. But clean water should not be taken for granted; a lot of it is used for industrial purposes, from coal mines to factories, and commercial construction dewatering, for example, requires that water present at a mine, construction site, or similar workplace be removed. Commercial cons

The Challenges of Environmental Remediation

Written by Wall Street News on March 16th, 2017. Posted in Ash wastewater, Environmental remediation equipment, Water treatment process

Professional environmental remediation contractor

When it comes to protecting and restoring the environment, environmental remediation companies are on the frontlines. They have the experience, knowledge and technology to take on challenges like treating contaminated water, with solutions to fit every situation. Groundwater remediation companies also offer equipment rentals and construction dewatering services.

What is environmental remediation?
Remediation projects and water treatment can be complex and challenging projects. Environmental consultants, environmental directors, and project managers within chemical plants may find that they need remediation services to treat wastewater.
Waste water treatment can be needed to remove a variety of contaminants such as TSS, volatile and semi v