- Oily Water Recycling
- Excavation Dewatering
- Well Purge Water Monitoring
- Fuel/Water Mix Recycling
- Other Wastewater Recycling
Non-Hazardous Wastewater Treatment Plant:
Industrial wastewater treatment describes the processes used for treating wastewater that is produced by industries as an undesirable by-product. After treatment, the treated industrial wastewater (or effluent) may be reused or released to a sanitary sewer or to a surface water in the environment.
Many industries have a need to treat water to obtain very high-quality water for demanding purposes such pure chemical synthesis or boiler feed water. Many water treatments produce organic and mineral sludges from filtration and sedimentation. Ion exchange using natural or synthetic resins removes calcium, magnesium and carbonate ions from water, typically replacing them with sodium, chloride, hydroxyl and/or other ions. Regeneration of ion exchange columns with strong acids and alkalis produces a wastewater rich in hardness ions which are readily precipitated out, especially when in admixture with other wastewater constituents.
Boomer Environmental LLC’s Non-Hazardous Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant in Oklahoma City:
Step 1- Testing the client’s wastewater. We will send a representative to perform a site assessment and
will take water and sludge samples to be tested at our trusted Lab Partners at Environmental Testing Inc.
in Oklahoma City. http://eti-lab.com/
Step 2- Once analytical results are back from the Lab, if they are determined non-hazardous, one of our
profile experts will create a profile for your waste into our facility.
Step 3- Service- We can schedule your business for vacuum service, or if your business has the capability
of trucking the waste into our facility, we can accommodate that as well.
1. The Waste is discharged into the main pit.
Unloading Wastewater into the Main Pit at the Oklahoma Wastewater Treatment Facility
2. The Pit decanters the water into the secondary pit close to the treatment plant trapping solids into the main pit. The solids are moved to the drying bed where they are used at the landfill as ground cover to prevent loose garbage from blowing away creating litter.
3. The secondary containment pumps into the plant through a daft unit where the wastewater undergoes a 3-phase process.
The Water then Goes through a PH Balancing Tank where the plant lab techs adds chemicals to drop residual metals from the wastewater.
Then the water flows into a coagulant tank where suspended solids are separated and removed from the wastewater.
From there the water moves to a flocculant tank where the solids are raised and raked off into a filter press.
Then the processed treated water is tested again, and then is released to the Oklahoma City POTW.