Reduces downtime for barrel reconditioner Burbank Drum & Barrel Co., Glena Park, TX, reconditions, grades and resells half-a-million, 55-gal. steel drums per year. The reconditioning and recycling process consists of these steps: grading drums for recycling or crushing, submersion in NaOH stripper for general drum cleaning, water rinse, de-denting, NaOH/steam flush, dry/siphon station, H•SO— power […]
Reprinted from Pollution Equipment News The management philosophy behind the quality reputation of packed tower recirculatory scrubbers manufactured by Gaylord Foundry Equipment, Inc. of Independence, Missouri combines the Truman “the buck stops here” doctrine with the Gaylord belief that “building it better isn’t an option, it’s the way we do it.” This explains why, despite
Reprinted from INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE & PLANT OPERATION Caustics and acids no longer cause maintenance shutdowns Entergy Corp. is a large investor-owned utility headquartered in New Orleans and serving customers in Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas. As part of a cost-reduction and profitability program, management began a planned program of reducing maintenance costs through equipment upgrades.
Reprinted from Water Engineering & Management Water & Waste Digest By Larry Lewis and Ken Galardi, P.E. Three significant reputations for innovative, reliable solutions to environmental problems came together as the Singapore Ministry of the Environment (ENV) planned for expansion and upgrading of its water and wastewater treatment facilities at Ulu Pandan Sewage Treatment Works
Pumps Play Critical Role in Zero Discharge Reprinted from Pumps & Systems Ken Comerford The pumps used in the recovery system behind this nickel/chromium plating operation must handle acidic and alkaline plating and cleaning solutions over a broad pH range, commingled chemical waste streams, and DI high purity water recovered from the ion exchange system.