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Chemical Free De-Watering Recovery System

                  is a chemical free De-Watering Recovery System with ZLD (Zero Liquid Discharge), a small footprint and very low energy requirement and has been recovering contaminants as a product or concentrate for reuse since 2015.

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Fully automated

>99% duty

Size based on load

Full filtrate recovery

Chemical free

Small footprint

UL certified for NSF/ANSI 61

100% duty free

Low life cycle cost

25 year life

Essentially full separation & recovery of water and solids

Recovers product in thick concentrate (20% range)

Low energy requirement

Bill 100% of water drawn

Features & Benefits

No cleaning procedure

Labor free

No chemicals

No backwash

No consumables

No thickeners

No tankage

No settling pond

No filter press

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DeWRS M40 platform
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ZLD Process

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                 recovers fluids such as water that are rich in solid contaminate or second phase constitute. Contaminates are filtered and separated into sludge with a slump or as a neat product. The heart of                   consists of proprietary ceramic membrane technology.

Superior Capabilities

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                  solids and residuals are recovered at 20%, allowing for essentially full recovery of both the water and the solids. The solids can be organic (DOC), biomass, bacteria, and/or metals in any combination for which the water is removed until the solid forms a sludge with a slump. There are no chemicals, consumables, or labor involved in the                  process which eliminates most costs (>95%) associated with traditional concentrate wastewater management and disposal methods.