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What is Included in a Stormwater Leaching Program?

Whenever a thunderstorm passes by or rain moves through your area, stormwater is created and can lead to runoff. Stormwater runoff can collect many different contaminants while the water is flowing throughout streets and yards. These contaminants include pet waste and harmful fertilizers. In the event that the stormwater runoff is moving quickly, it can [...]

2021-10-18T20:16:35-07:00By |Wastewater|

Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) – How it Affects Wastewater Treatment Plants

Treating water is an essential aspect of many different applications. Whether you're looking to create bottled water or require clean and disinfected water for industrial processes, the water treatment process requires many moving parts. Among the most important components of the wastewater treatment process involves biological oxygen demand. BOD refers to the total amount of [...]

2021-09-07T11:38:20-07:00By |Wastewater|

Wastewater Chlorination: Everything You Need To Know

Whenever you do laundry or take a bath, the water that's created from these everyday processes is referred to as wastewater. Residential wastewater is commonly generated through processes like washing dishes and flushing toilets. As for commercial wastewater, it can be generated from the processes that occur at auto repair shops, beauty salons, furniture refinishing [...]

2021-07-26T22:56:28-07:00By |Wastewater|

The Benefits Behind Biofiltration for a Wastewater Treatment Plant

When you work in a wastewater treatment plant, it's important that you select a system that will remove nearly all contaminants from the wastewater before it's sent into the environment or reused. In the event that the wastewater that's sent to your plant contains high organic concentrations, you should consider using a biological wastewater solution [...]

2021-06-14T20:42:06-07:00By |Wastewater|

Choosing Aeration in Wastewater Treatment Applications

In order for wastewater to be reused for irrigation or to supply drinking water, it must first be treated at a wastewater treatment facility. Once the wastewater reaches this facility, there is a range of different treatments that can be used to get rid of the contaminants that are contained in the water. One of [...]

2021-05-24T20:41:21-07:00By |Wastewater|

Cleaning and Maintaining a Septic Tank

A septic tank is a large container that's buried underground and is used for the purpose of treating wastewater that flows out from a home. These tanks are typically made from fiberglass, plastic, or concrete. Over a period of time, sludge and scum layers will build up within the tank at a rate that's faster [...]

2020-10-26T18:05:28-07:00By |Wastewater|

Aeration Systems for Wastewater Treatment

Wastewater aeration is a process that occurs when air is added directly to wastewater, which allows for aerobic bio-degradation of any pollutants contained within. Aeration is an essential component of treating wastewater. The main benefit of using aeration is that it's a natural method of getting rid of pollutants in the water. The chemicals that [...]

2020-02-25T08:39:30-08:00By |Wastewater|

How Does Groundwater Become Contaminated?

Groundwater refers to any water that's found underground within the many spaces and cracks in landscapes of rock, soil, and sand. The water moves through aquifers in the ground, which occur when gravel, sandstone, and other materials exist in large spaces. The connected spaces of these materials make them permeable, which ensures the smooth flow [...]

2020-02-05T18:14:16-08:00By |Wastewater|

How Does Ballast Water Affect the Environment?

Ballast water is necessary for the optimal operation of ships. When a ship heads out into the open waters, ballast water provides the ship with stability as well as the capacity to effectively maneuver in the water. It's also necessary for loading and unloading items and cargo from the ship in question. This water is [...]

2020-01-27T14:45:48-08:00By |Wastewater|