How to Deal with Oils When Treating Contaminated Construction Dewatering Water

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Oils are defined as organic materials that are not completely dissolved in water and present in the forms of sheens, globules, droplets. If present at a construction dewatering site, oil will most likely need to be removed from the contaminate water before discharge in order to meet the discharge limits for oil & grease (O&G) and/orspecific contaminants of concern (COC) that oil may carry along through the water treatment systems. Based on the dispersion and stability in water, oils can be classified into four different forms. To find out more information about each type of oil, and the recommended treatment, Click here.

 

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