A California liquid waste treatment facility, treating septic, landfill leachate, and portable toilet wastewater has replaced it's chemical treatment process with Powell Electrocoagulation and Ozone and reduced waste water treatment cost by $90,000 per month. More..

A diesel engine assembly and semi tractor repair facility in central California uses an Electrocoagulation (EC) system to reclaim steam cleaner wash water and parking lot run off water, eliminating discharge fees and saving on average $70,000 per year. More..

 

 

 

 

Your truck washing facility will now be able to treat and reuse dirty wash down wastewater instead of having to discharge it, eliminating discharge fees and permit requirements forever.

See Case Studies:

Valley Power Facility

 

The clear water met all federal secondary drinking water standards with the exception of surfactants.

 

Introducing Zero-D

New system treats truck washdown wastewater for recycling and reuse and is saving one company $70,000 per year

Zero-D for truck washing facilities completely eliminates the need for disposal and associated fees and allows reuse of this waste water for your facility, at a low capital cost that fits within your budget.

The Zero-D wastewater treatment and recycling system uses a proven and highly effective non-chemical coagulation method combined with a filtration system that eliminates heavy metals, oil and grease, TSS, COD, BOD, TDS, and other contaminants.

One of the primary components of the system is a 15 gallon per minute, Electrocoagulation unit, a technology that uses electricity to “shock” the waste water, breaking molecular bonds that bind contaminants to the H2O, allowing easy filtration and producing clean water.

This process also removes the calcium and minerals and acts as a water softener. Therefore, facilities using this system can also eliminate the need for water softeners, another big savings.

The operation of the Zero-D system is simple and effective and the removal process can cost as little as $0.25 cents per 1,000 gallons. Companies like Valley Power in Bakersfield have been using this method for over 10 years now to treat and reuse their shop and truck wash down wastewater, saving them up to $70,000 per year.

See the case study from Valley Power for the proof with lab results.

The other companies who have installed similar systems over the past 10 years include Chevron, Haliburton, Anadarco, Kaiser, and AWES in Colorado.

Zero_D is a one-of-a-kind simple, reliable, and effective system which not only increases net income for truck wash facilities, but will continue to give them years of worry-free treatment and peace of mind.

Special Truck Washing Presentation (PDF)

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Or call James Smallwood at (805) 962-9953