Offensive odors can be common irritant at industrial worksites that require wastewater treatment but these solutions can minimize any olfactory nuisance.

Ways to Neutralize Airborne Odors

Our sense of smell can help us to recognize edible (or inedible) food, enjoy blooming flowers, and even recognize danger (gas leaks, fire, mold, etc.). Unfortunately, our noses are also susceptible to airborne odors of a foul nature. When the trash is full of food waste, your dog relieves himself on the carpet, your shoes…

Reverse osmosis helps in treating and cleaning wastewater by removing contaminants at the molecular level.

How Reverse Osmosis Aids in Wastewater Treatment

We all learned about osmosis in high school science (or earlier). This is the process by which a solvent (such as water molecules) moves through a semipermeable membrane from a low-concentration solution on one side to an area of greater concentration on the other side in order to equalize the concentration on either side of…

Producing paper and pulp requires a lot of water - and needs a wastewater treatment process to clean used water.

Wastewater Treatment in the Paper and Pulp Industry

When it comes to the paper you put in your printer, that you use to clean up spills, or that brings you the news (the old fashioned way), you probably don’t think too much about where it comes from – unless, of course, you happen to work in the paper, pulp, or recycling industries. What…

To get a wastewater treatment system up on your short-term job site, consider the many benefits of an ITS.

How Does an Integrated Treatment System (ITS) Work?

There are many different processes used to treat wastewater, depending on where it comes from and the contaminants it contains. Some wastewater must undergo the removal of waste solids, aeration, chemical treatments, and several filtering processes before it is deemed safe for discharge (such as with sewage water treatment). Commercial or industrial water treatment, on…

Gain a better understand of the language used for wastewater treatment.

Important Terminology in Wastewater Treatment

The average person may not know a lot about wastewater treatment, but considering how many business interests require some form of treatment for the wastewater they produce, it’s handy to have at least a basic understanding of how these systems function. This begins with learning common terminology associated with wastewater treatment so that you can…

Zeo-Clear is an excellent option for on-site remote wastewater treatment for any construction, industrial or other job site.

5 Ways a Zeo-Clear System Is Energy Efficient

One of the biggest concerns for many operations, especially those that operate remote work sites, is the responsibility to treat and discharge wastewater. Consider, for example, construction sites, mining camps, and other remote operations. The time and cost to set up wastewater treatment, even just for the waste associated with personal needs of workers, is…

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Operational Logistics of On-Site Water Treatment for Hydraulic Fracturing

By Eli Gruber, President & CEO Ecologix Environmental Systems September 9, 2013 Almost every driller engaged in hydraulic fracturing is highly concerned with a particular element of operation: water management. Ecologix Environmental Systems, conducted a survey where it questioned oil and gas professionals about what element of the energy industry they felt was most in…

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Responsible Fracking

By Eli Gruber, President & CEO Ecologix Environmental Systems Hydraulic fracturing is controversial, and that controversy certainly is not completely unwarranted. To fully understand the many issues with fracking and how to improve the process, reduce its environmental impact and quell the fears of those who are against it or lack a comprehensive understanding of…

Bureau of Land Management is an 800 lb gorilla

Preparation for Frack Regulation Can Pay Dividends

The federal government is the 800-pound gorilla of land usage. With mineral rights of over 700 million acres, the United States Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is the largest landowner in the country, so when it speaks, anyone with a vested interest in land use is wise to listen carefully. The BLM has recently spoken…