For industrial projects that require high volumes of water and create vast amounts of wastewater, saving resources is essential to avoid drowning a project’s budget. That’s solved by our Wastewater Recycling Process, a more sustainable and cost-cutting solution to wastewater.
How it Slashes Budgets
The Wastewater Recycling Process reclaims more than 70 percent of a project’s wastewater for reuse, and in doing so, reduces water, wastewater, and energy costs. The WRP, a more sustainable option than end-of-pipeline treatment, also minimizes compliance problems. Minimized compliance problems allow you to spend more time working on your project, not paperwork.
While the Wastewater Recycling Process saves money by cutting water and wastewater costs, it can also save you on what is often a project’s most costly expense: manpower. The process saves your team time, making the entire project more efficient. Beyond manpower savings, process unit can help a project become eligible for federal and state tax credits.
What It’s Used For
The first project where we implemented the WRP was for a large auto-auction carwash, where nearly a thousand cars are processed each day. Since then, Flo Trend has expanded the WRP to be applicable to barge cleaning, upstream projects, and any large industrial project where water runoff costs eat up a budget. The process can be used in a wide variety of industries:
- Automotive and heavy industry
- Food and beverage processing
- Soap processing
- Metal finishers
- Electronics manufacturers
- Machining systems
The Wastewater Recycling Process continues to expand into new industries, and your project could be next. If you’re interested in learning more about saving your industrial project time and money while minimizing compliance concerns, email us at email@example.com or call 713-699-0152.