Article | January 14, 2022

What Is An Electrocoagulation ETP And Who Can Use This Treatment Technology?

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An Electrocoagulation ETP is an effluent treatment plant used for the treatment of water, wastewater, and process water. Electrochemical technology and in particular specialized electrocoagulation has become a sustainable water treatment technique due to its ability to remove multiple contaminants more efficiently and economically than conventional chemical treatment systems, such as colloidal silica, emulsified oils, total petroleum hydrocarbons, BOD, COD, refractory organics, trace heavy metals and suspended solids.

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