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Electrocoagulation is the distinct economical and environmental choice for meeting water treatment discharge standards and compliance requirements.  Recover capital and operating costs by eliminating discharge fees and fines, harvesting resources, and significantly reducing water replacement costs.

 

 

The Powell Water Systems, Inc. technology efficiently removes a wide range of contaminants with a single system.  Traditional water treatment would require a different type of equipment to remove bacteria, silt, pesticides, heavy metals, and oil from water.  The broad-spectrum treatment effect allows one system to remove multiple contaminates at the single contaminant equipment cost, space, and time.  The result is better health, wiser use of financial resources, and a cleaner world to enjoy for our children, our grandchildren, and ourselves.

 

 

Powell Water Systems, Inc. has developed portable bench scale Electrocoagulation units suitable to demonstrate the advantages of Electrocoagulation at the treatment site. If you would like additional information or a demonstration of the Electrocoagulation process, please contact Powell Water Systems, Inc.

 

Chromium Water- Before/After

 

 

Meat Rendering Plant

 

 

Steam Cleaner Wastewater

 

 

(Cargo Van Wash water - Before/After/Filtered)

 

 

Electrocoagulation Capabilities

bulletRemoves heavy metals as oxides that pass TCLP
bulletRemoves suspended and colloidal solids
bulletBreaks oil emulsions in water
bulletRemoves fats, oil, and grease
bulletRemoves complex organics
bulletDestroys & removes bacteria, viruses & cysts

 

 

Electrocoagulation Benefits

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Meet Discharge Requirements

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Reduce Sludge Volume

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No Chemicals 

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Process Multiple Contaminants

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Process Waste Streams with up to 5% solids.

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Harvest Proteins, Oils, and Metals

 

 

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Last modified: January 03, 2002