The Barrier to Clean Water | Why Shop Owners Don’t Adopt Slurry Solutions

A slurry solution running in a shop

Even if shop owners are considering ditching their slurry pit, there are still plenty of barriers in their way. Some slurry solutions do pose problems for organizations, but some products solve these issues and provide unparalleled performance. Slurry Solutions are Difficult to Install One of the main reasons that shops are hesitant to install slurry solutions is the difficulty. Plenty

Using the MudHen | Portable Slurry Water Filtration

A MudHen slurry water filtration system on a construction job site

Plenty of operations need a way to process slurry water, whether they’re in a shop or on a job site. Larger organizations counter this need with a slurry pit or even a dedicated slurry water filtration system, but these methods are costly and require a larger space. What about smaller operations? Luckily the MudHen can help.   Portable Slurry Water

How to Reduce Shop Footprint | Compact Slurry Solutions

Man working on an all in one slurry plant

Are you limited in your shop by space? Most business owners are, which demands that organizations use space as efficiently as possible. But this task is easier said than done. Accomplishing the goal of reducing shop footprint and saving as much room as possible requires better products with two characteristics: portability and compactness.   Save Shop Space with Portability The

How Bromine Feeds Help Prevent Bacteria in Your Wastewater

When it comes to precious resources, like water, sustainable management and reuse have become the central issues. Countries like Australia and the United States have faced droughts in recent years, further pushing wastewater treatment into prominence and highlighting its importance. Sadly, just filtering and reusing water isn’t a viable option, with microorganisms like algae and bacteria taking up residence in

How Often to Change the Filter in Your Filter Press

As with any new machine, filter presses come with a learning curve. Along with quality equipment for stone and concrete fabricators, Full Circle Water provides the education and information you need to run a successful operation. Wondering how often you should change the hydraulic filter on your filter press? We’ve got the answer.   How Often Should I Change the

Why pH Adjustment is Critical for Wastewater Treatment

Potential hydrogen, or “pH,” is the measurement of hydrogen ion activity within a solution. With a range from zero to 14, the pH scale is the standard for determining if water is acidic—a pH below seven—or basic—a pH above seven. In the world of wastewater treatment, pH is crucial in determining whether water is safe to be released or reused.

The Important of Slurry Pit Design | Reducing Slurry Pit Accidents

If you’re in the industry of stone or concrete fabrication, you’re likely familiar with slurry pits and their dangers. A slurry pit is a hole or concrete pit where wastewaster is stored. The composition of this slurry varies from industry to industry, but in the fabrication market, slurry is typically a combination of unfiltered water and suspended stone or concrete

Common Fines for Untreated Wastewater

Spring is tax season; a time when we all must calculate our yearly contributions. It’s not always fun, but taxes are an unavoidable part of contributing to and participating in society.   Fines, on the other hand, are completely avoidable. A fine or penalty is something a person or business must pay when they fail to follow rules, respect laws,

The Benefits of a Cake Filtration System

The modern industrial business sector is no big rock candy mountain. It requires both diligence and determination to maintain a successful business. Often, being able to adequately balance your business’s books can mean the difference between success and disappointment. In many professional industries, there is no easier way to save money than to save time. This is why choosing the

Dewatering Technology: Screw Presses vs. Filter Presses

Interior of a sludge tank of wastewater treatment plant.

The goal of sludge dewatering is to reduce water volume, allowing slurry to be condensed for easier disposal. When it comes to sludge dewatering technology, there are several methods to choose from. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks, so understanding the difference is key to knowing which method is best for your bottom line. Two common types of dewatering