THE COMMITTED WATER SYSTEM IS THE ONLY
THAT CAN RECLAIM OVER
OF FRESHWATER PER YEAR
Holds the only approved permit in Oklahoma to reclaim oilfield "waste" water and create a non-deleterious output.
Purified water output is considered of better quality than bottled water.
Trailer mounted devices can be moved on and off production sites with a semi-truck.
The mobile application cleans wastewater onsite at or below current market rates for disposal.
• TRANSFORMING WASTEWATER INTO FRESHWATER
• DISCHARGE LEVELS AT OR BELOW CURRENT DISPOSAL COST
• ENERGY INDEPENDENCE WITHOUT SACRIFICING THE ENVIRONMENT
• RISK MANAGEMENT BY REDUCING WASTEWATER LIABILITY
• LIFE-SUSTAINING PURE WATER FROM UNTAPPED SOURCES
• ECONOMICALLY ELIMINATING DISPOSAL RELATED SEISMICITY
• SETTING THE STANDARD FOR OTHERS TO FOLLOW
MAJOR INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS
Saltwater/Produced water disposal can cause corrosion, spillage, leakage, ground contamination, damage to nearby wells, geologic disruption, and seismicity issues.
Wastewater discharges from industrial and commercial sources may contain pollutants at levels that could affect the quality of receiving waters or interfere with publicly owned treatment works that receive those discharges.
A solution to seawater abundance and practical inaccessibility for potable use. It encompasses the removal of both salts and dissolved contaminants from various sources such as seawater, brackish surface, groundwater, industrial and municipal wastewaters.
Municipal wastewater is a significant source of environmental degradation from domestic products and pharmaceuticals as well as eutrophication from nutrient overloading.
Farmers who use water from rivers polluted with sewage or runoff from livestock farms, industry, and other contaminated sources to irrigate their cropland could allow bacteria to more easily make it into the food supply, potentially putting those that consume the irrigated product at risk.
Natural disasters, including floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and tsunamis, can disrupt and contaminate water supplies. Flooding and other disasters can damage drinking water wells and lead to well contamination from livestock waste, human sewage, chemicals, and other impurities.
Polluted locations in the United States require a long-term response to clean up hazardous material contaminations.