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.
A Midwest food manufacturer expanded operation to incorporate a children's snack product line. The production wash water exceeded city sewer Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) and Total Suspended Solids (TSS) discharge limits.
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.
One of the most common needs in Wausau’s manufacturing facility is wastewater filtration and water recycling.