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Is your facility meeting local and federal effluent regulations?

With increasing pressures to properly treat and utilize wastewater, it’s more important than ever to be resourceful.

Our processes will treat brine, mine drainage, cooling tower blowdown, fracking flowback, produced water, or tailings water. SAMCO can help you economically meet municipal regulations or help you properly treat your wastewater for reuse.

waste water treatment plant
birds eye view of a treatment plant
SAMCO’s custom-engineered wastewater treatment systems will help your facility remove:
      • Biochemical oxygen demand: High levels of BOD indicate an elevated concentration of biodegradable. material present in the wastewater
      • Nitrates and phosphates: Large amounts of nitrates can lead to an increase BOD and extensive weed growth, algae, and phytoplankton, leading to eutrophication or environmental dead zones.
      • Pathogens: Viruses, fungi, or any other microorganisms that can be present in wastewater that can lead to all kinds of health issues.
      • Metals: When left in wastewater in high concentrations, metals can cause extensive damage to the environment and human health.
      • Total suspended solids: Harm aquatic life and scale and foul piping and machinery.
      • Total dissolved solids: Cause issues with aquatic life, irrigation and crops, and they can also seep into groundwater.
      • Synthetic chemicals: Can be transmitted to humans and the environment through wastewater, causing damage to the environment and human health.
SAMCO’s custom-engineered wastewater treatment systems will help your facility remove:
      • Biochemical oxygen demand: High levels of BOD indicate an elevated concentration of biodegradable. material present in the wastewater
      • Nitrates and phosphates: Large amounts of nitrates can lead to an increase BOD and extensive weed growth, algae, and phytoplankton, leading to eutrophication or environmental dead zones.
      • Pathogens: Viruses, fungi, or any other microorganisms that can be present in wastewater that can lead to all kinds of health issues.
      • Metals: When left in wastewater in high concentrations, metals can cause extensive damage to the environment and human health.
      • Total suspended solids: Harm aquatic life and scale and foul piping and machinery.
      • Total dissolved solids: Cause issues with aquatic life, irrigation and crops, and they can also seep into groundwater.
      • Synthetic chemicals: Can be transmitted to humans and the environment through wastewater, causing damage to the environment and human health.
birds eye view of a treatment plant

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