Wastewater Ion Exchange (WWIX) ServicesSource: Evoqua Water Technologies
Evoqua's Wastewater Ion Exchange (WWIX) Service integrates equipment and service option combinations to help customers treat wastewaters contaminated with heavy metals.
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Evoqua's Wastewater Ion Exchange (WWIX) Service integrates equipment and service option combinations to help customers treat wastewaters contaminated with heavy metals. Our wastewater treatment systems are designed to meet specific discharge requirements, achieve the water quality level needed for reuse and recycling and minimize the liability associated with on-site storage and handling of chemicals and wastes. Zinc, copper, nickel and chromium are just a few examples of the metals that can be removed to low part per billion levels
The system vessels are selected based upon available manpower, space limitations, access limitation and the specific water quality required. Based on the application, contaminant to be removed and quality requirements, we have access to a variety of ion exchange resins and other removal medias, such as activated carbon. WWIX provides the ultimate flexibility to add or remove treatment capacity as your business grows or compliance limits change. If needs change, we can simply change the media types and/or tank size, thereby saving our customers significant capital expense.
Once exhausted, the exchange vessels are removed and replaced with fresh, DOT-compliant vessels and returned to service. Exhausted vessels are transferred to our RCRA-permitted, central treatment and processing facility where the hazardous/non-hazardous contaminants are removed from the resin prior to disposal or reuse.
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