process water services in Kentucky

  • Waste Water Processing Services

    Ethanol facilities use three gallons of potable water to produce one gallon of ethanol. One World Clean Energy™ Integrated Biorefinery (Patent-Pending) system has the capability to: Process waste water or pre-treated waste water to use in our ethanol production. Treat 35 million gallons of sewer water per year at each facility. Repurpose ...

    By One World Clean Energy (OWCE) based in Louisville, KENTUCKY (USA).

  • Water Blasting

    Another resource used by Evergreen AES in industrial cleaning and surface preparation is water blasting. In this process the force of water, which can be from 10,000 and 20,000 psi, or ultra high-pressure water blasting up to 40,000 psi, is used to powerfully remove materials from even the hardest to reach nooks and crannies. Water flow will range ...

    By Evergreen AES based in Crestwood, KENTUCKY (USA). from Water Blasting Service line

  • Water Damage Mitigation

    Water Damage is One of the Most Common Forms of Damage to Property. Water damage is generally caused by flooding or fire suppression. Your DKI contractor will be on-site within 2 hours of the emergency services call. They will quickly evaluate the situation and put together a plan of mitigating the water damage. DKI contractors use industry proven ...

    By Disaster Kleenup International (DKI) Office in KENTUCKY (USA).

  • Water Quality Permitting

    Authorized by the Clean Water Act, the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program requires that industrial facilities that discharge into the waters of the United States must be permitted. The NPDES has separate permitting programs for process wastewater and storm water. Trinity’s expertise in water discharge permitting ...

    By Trinity Consultants Office in Covington, KENTUCKY (USA). from Water Quality Permitting Service line

  • Hydro-Blasting (Water Blasting) Services

    THE IDEAL METHOD FOR CLEANING INTERNAL, EXTERNAL, FLAT OR IRREGULARLY SHAPED SURFACES. Using equipment operating at pressures up to 36,000 psi and volumes from 7 gpm to 40 gpm, our technicians quickly cut through stubborn scales and product build-up in boiler and heat exchanger tubes; remove old paint, dirt and rust from structures, machinery and ...

    By Carylon Corporation Office in Louisville, KENTUCKY (USA).

  • Groundwater Remediation

    Groundwater remediation is the process that is used to remove pollution from groundwater: water present below the ground surface that saturates the pore space in the subsurface.

    By Evergreen AES based in Crestwood, KENTUCKY (USA).

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