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Keeping Your Industries Clean
The Ecoloclean Industries Inc. patented electro-coagulation (e-c), process, EC-WATERPURE™, is a non-chemical system that can be used in a variety of community and industrial water treatment facilities.
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For industrial and municipal treatment plants the Ecoloclean E-C WaterPure™ units can be easily added to existing water treatment plants to improve efficiency and capacity, with limited installation down time and delivering needed compliance and enhanced water safety.
For remediation projects the Ecoloclean E-C WaterPure™ units have proven effective in increasing productivity of other clean up systems by the removal of dissolved heavy metal and petroleum hydrocarbons contaminates.
In the water reuse and recycling market the Ecoloclean E-C WaterPure™ units provide a flexible mobile solution insuring clean water that reduces the risks of bacterial infestations at a reasonable cost.
Ecoloclean E-C WaterPure™ units are available to support industry and community. Typically, the units are leased and used as needed to supplement existing systems. Our customers are only charged on the volume of water and materials processed.
Ecoloclean began operations in 2002 with our licensing agreement for the patented Electro-coagulation technology developed by Dr. Louis Knieper. In the ensuing years Ecoloclean has perfected the technology and proven its efficacy through use in the US oil patch operations providing remediation of drilling effluent.
Under the strict environmental standards of the UK, our technology is being used to clean up of Crofty Tin Mine site and the Topsham Quay Historic Ship Building Yards. With these successes Ecoloclean is now asserting itself as a leader in the US and World water remediation markets.
Many industrial and municipal waste treatment plants were constructed in the 1970s and 1980s. Discharge criteria required the installation of facilities that performed what is now called primary treatment of wastewater. As subsequent discharge criteria were tightened, secondary treatment became necessary. Facilities and their designers are now considering and installing tertiary treatment systems to comply with the latest regulatory and permitting parameters.
Facilities include drilling rigs, mining operations, petroleum refineries, shipping terminals, pipelines, and airports are now responsible for the remediation of groundwater and soil at their sites that are contaminated by petroleum hydrocarbons.
The landscape and agricultural irrigation markets make up the largest shares of total water reuse and are faced with continuing challenges in removing potentially harmful pollutants and pathogens.
These combined markets present a $21 billion opportunity in the US alone in 2007 that is growing by over 7% per year and is expected to reach $29 billion in 2012.
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