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Ground Water Remediation Services

Source: Evoqua Water Technologies

Ground Water Remediation Services

For over 40 years Evoqua Water Technologies has been active in treating groundwater for the removal of organic and inorganic impurities. We were one of the first companies to provide remediation of impacted waters with the development of our activated carbon treatment packages for the removal of trichloroethylene (TCE). Since then we have worked with water districts, impact communities, and industry in the removal of both organic compounds, including TCE, TCP, H2S, and inorganic contaminants including, arsenic, chrome, lead, perchlorate, and nitrate.

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We use pump and treat systems based on our own vessel designs that are either sold or rented for shorter term projects. The vessels can operate up to 150 psig with capacities from 5 gpm to 2,000 gpm and include standard features such as:

  • An optimized underdrain system for lower pressure drops.
  • Durable, quality construction with 100% internally/externally welded seams.
  • Abrasion and corrosion resistant internal epoxy coating.
  • Top and side manways that permit easy access and inspection of the underdrain system.

But what sets our systems apart is the media and services that we provide.  Evoqua employs a wide range of ion exchange and granular media including both proprietary technologies developed in our own laboratories as well as more generic media supplied by third parties.  Since we are able to use a broad range of media we can identify the media that will provide you the lowest remediation cost per 1,000 gallons of treated water.

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