Power company requires pre-filtration of contaminated ground water before discharging to local waste water treatment plant.
Man hole ground water pre-treatment filtration system to remove hydrocarbons, heavy metals and arsenic from water pumped out of underground utility service tunnels around the city. The system was designed to eliminate the need to haul contaminated water to a treatment facility prior to discharge to local Waste Treatment plant. Customer wanted a system to remove above contaminants on-site and discharge direct to drain without being in EPA, and DEP violations.
Engineering Firm contracted Equisol to integrate Instrumentation into their skid design to provide monitoring of storage tank levels, oil residual levels, filter housing differential pressure, total water processed, automatic tank transfers based on level, system alarming and shut down on out of compliance conditions.
Equisol took customer requirements and design specifications and developed control and monitoring system using a variety of different manufacturers' products to meet functional requirements & price requirements. Equisol was also contracted to install al I&C components, commission equipment, train facility operators and signed a service contract for emergency support.
Net result is customer went from being charged $1.20 per gallon for disposal to $0.30 per gallon. In addition to the initial cost savings the filter media used for Hydrocarbon removal is sold to the local trash to steam plant as a fuel source. Customer was paying $12MM annually for disposal fees and cut them in half to $6MM annually.
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