Project: Condensed Water Removal from Storage Tank. Location: Victoria, Texas. Product: Water contaminated with gasoline range organics. Project finished under the allotted time and achieved a non-detect concentration of VOC’s during the project.
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Terminal Water Treatment – Bakersfield, California
Project: Tank Water Treatment and Discharging Onsite. Cost Savings: $250,000. Location: Bakersfield, California. Product: Hydrostatic test water with crude oil residual.
Louisiana Chem Plant, Wastewater Treatment and Oil/Sludge Removal
Project: Terminal station tank to be de-inventoried. Cost Savings: $450,000. Location: Louisiana Refinery. Product: Oil and sludge-laden water
Alaska, Gasoline Pipelines 22 miles Hydrotest Wastewater Treatment & Disposal
Project: Pipeline Hydrotest. Cost Savings: $550,000. Location: Alaska. Product: Hydrotest water with sediment and residual oil.
Los Angeles, California, Major Oil Pipeline Emergency Water Treatment
A pipeline company required emergency treatment and discharge of contaminated water to the Los Angeles City Sanitation system during a construction project. The effluent pipeline water properties varied over time due to numerous drilling and grouting activities occurring upstream of the effluent.
Alaska – 3 Million Gallons Hydrotest & Water Treatment
Treat and discharge 3,000,000 gallons of water from a pipeline hydrotest on the North Slope of Alaska. Protected America’s last frontier while minimizing costs.
New Jersey, Refinery Water Treatment
A refinery requested to do on-site wastewater treatment for a 2,000,000 gallon tank.. Savings of $170,000 was estimated when compared to the transportation and off-site treatment costs.
Cedar Bayou, TX, Water Filtration & Discharge Project
A Houston-based chemical company had consistent issues with high amounts of suspended solids in their storm water. Removed 90% of the solids which enabled the treatment facility to perform more efficiently.
Central California Dewatering and Treatment for Soil Excavation
A customer at a Super Fund Site in Central California needed support to dewater a pit dug in a neighborhood in order to remove contaminated soil. Cost of treating and discharging the water was at a fraction of the cost.