What Can Happen if You Discharge into the Storm Drain?

Dumping or discharging waste into storm drains is not only wrong, it’s illegal.   Let’s back up first and clarify the difference between a storm sewer/drain and a sanitary sewer. A sewer consists of underground pipes that carry water from your home (sinks, showers, toilets) to a wastewater treatment plant. The water is filtered, treated, and discharged. On the contrary,

Industrial Wastewater Liability

Water pollution violations are far more common than they should be. Punishment can result in civil and criminal violations, which may or may not lead to jail time. Decisions are typically dependent upon whether or not defendants understood that what they were doing was a violation of the federal Clean Water Act and continued to do it anyway. The Clean

What is an Automated Filter Press?

Filter presses separate liquids and solids by forcing the liquid elements of slurry through a porous filter cloth.  Slurry is a mixture of insoluble substances – such as cement, clay, or coal – with a liquid like water or oil.  In a press, the separation occurs in chambers formed between the recessed faces of plates which are clamped together in

21st Century Processing: Cement Wastewater Treatment Machine

Concrete production generates wastewater that needs to be processed and cleansed before it can be used or returned to the earth.  Traditionally, companies would transport worksite wastewater and then store and process it off-site, where rainfall would increase the total volume of water in need of processing.  Once treated, the water would then be transported back to the worksite for

How to Maintain a Filter Press

Here are 5 simple actions to take to make sure your filter press is running properly: Wash the cloths periodically with a light pressure wash. Proper care and maintenance of the filter clothes are important to the performance of the filter press. The filter cloth must remain porous to provide high filtration rates. Some indicators that the clothes have become

What’s the Difference Between a Filter Press and a Screw Press?

When considering this question, it is important to first ask yourself what are your goals with one of these machines? A filter press provides more efficient surface area and an adjustable pressure to dewater a large variety of slurries. This versatility makes the filter press much more popular. A screw press is typically used for specific applications such as fruit

Troubleshooting Guide: Top Signs That Your Polymer is Overdosed

In the last 10 years, Full Circle Water’s Rapid Settlement Systems have become the industry standard for stone fabricators all across America. They are reliable and very low maintenance, and properly cared for and operated they can remove 95% of the solids from stone slurry at a rapid pace.   

Making the Difference For Our Customers

Competition in business is a fact. No matter what you do, someone else does it too. Sometimes better, sometimes cheaper, sometimes different. It’s what drives us, keeps us on our toes, and makes the marketplace tick. One thing a growing company keeps an eye on is defining their competitive edge. What makes us different, or more to the point, why

Always on the Move

At Full Circle Water, we take our core values seriously. One of them is to always be adaptive and evolving. Always listening to a client’s story and providing the best possible solution to their water recycling needs. Sometimes, that can be found on one of the many products we manufacture.

Why Pristine Full Circle Water Is Always Working For You

The only way to describe 2016 here at the Pristine Environmental family is exciting. Demand continues to grow for our MUD HEN line of products, our Rapid Settlement and Slurry Silo systems continue to meet the Full Circle Water demands of stone and concrete shops all across America, and the development stage of our automated line of filter presses is