ALAR continues to work with its vendors, suppliers, logistics partners and nationwide warehouses to maximize inventory of product, parts, and materials of construction.
In 2017, a latex paint manufacturer in Melbourne, Australia constructed an in-house wastewater treatment facility to offset hauling costs.
A west coast packaging company experienced problems with their existing flexographic ink wastewater treatment equipment.
A major Automotive Paint Manufacturer contacted ALAR regarding a paint wash water problem.
Learn how ALAR helped a Midwest food manufacturer with BOD & TSS discharge compliance after expanding their operation to incorporate a children's snack product line.
California’s Spragues’ Ready Mix (SRM) has deployed the first closed-loop recycling equipment combination of its kind: A concrete reclaimer separating fine and coarse aggregate, coupled with a slurry-recycling filter that dewaters cement fines to yield nearly ASTM C-94 grade batch water (less than 60 ppm).
The manufacturing branch of Gates Rubber Company, located in the small town of Versailles, Missouri, has a zinc plating and chromating process. Gates decided to investigate ALAR and the Auto-Vac® filtration system.
A Midwestern metal finishing company, specializing in zinc plating, utilized a conventional clarifier and filter press to process overflow rinses and an occasional acid tank dump.
An Auto-Vac® Filtration and Dewatering System has been modified to handle fine alum sludge generated by the Tewksbury, MA, water treatment plant.
Modern Plating Corp. produces 100,000 gallons of wastewater a day that contains metal hydroxide (zinc, iron, nickel and tin) along with trivalent chrome.