A petroleum company hydrotested a 22 mile pipeline and required treatment of 685,000 gallons of hydrotest water.
By mobilizing water treatment equipment and specialized personnel to this remote location for two months, Envent was able to safely and economically treat the hydrotest water for sediment, scale, and residual oil. The hydrotest water was treated with granular activated carbon and filtration technologies and met the stringent turbidity and pH requirements for discharge to the Alaskan tundra.
Envent’s ability to respond to distant projects saved the customer approximately $550, 000 when compared to remote transportation options and water treatment alternatives.
Project: Pipeline Hydrotest Cost Savings: $550,000 Location: Alaska Product: Hydrotest water with sediment and residual oil