Frequently asked questions
Is the AquaCat permitted?
Yes, the AquaCat holds only approved permit in Oklahoma to reclaim oilfield "waste" water and create a non-deleterious output. Committed is working on achieving permits in Texas, Pennsylvania, and New Mexico.
Does the AquaCat work with multiple industries?
Yes, Committed’s plan is to initially launch the AquaCat in the energy industry in order to combat salt water disposal costs, one of the largest issues oil & gas operators face today, by turning the produced water from their wells into recyclable/reusable freshwater. Furthermore, Committed believes energy is only one of a multitude of major industries whose water issues this product can address on a global scale, including municipalities, industrial applications, asphalt plants, refineries, farming & agriculture, waste and landfills, superfund sites, and natural disasters to name a few.
Can the AquaCat work with piped Salt Water Disposal (SWD)?
Can the AquaCat work with piped Salt Water Disposal (SWD)? Yes, contact us for further details.
How much water can the AquaCat process per day?
The standard version of the AquaCat can process up to 10,000 barrels of water per day, depending on water quality. Committed is working on building larger AquaCat units able to handle upwards of 20,000-40,000 barrels per day as well as smaller units able to handle 1,000-3,000 barrels per day.
Can the AquaCat be scaled up?
Yes, the larger AquaCat unit is being designed to use the footprint of the current model but with the ability to scale up the throughput up.