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Trench, Dredge Spoils & Construction Site Water Treatment

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A construction site can be many things: a building site, a waterfront development along an ocean, lake or river or a dredging project in a municipal or other community harbor.

Each location and application can require dewatering capabilities. Beyond that any water on a contstruction site testing positive for conaminants must be treated effecively to defined state or federal requirements.

Watch our webinar on Water Treatment At Construction Sites. A customer provides his best-case scenario for removing PFAS from a job site after building a team, finding alternative funding and working with Evoqua.

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A construction site can be many things: a building site, a waterfront development along an ocean, lake or river or a dredging project in a municipal or other community harbor.

Each location and application can require dewatering capabilities. Beyond that any water on a contstruction site testing positive for conaminants must be treated effecively to defined state or federal requirements.

Watch our webinar on Water Treatment At Construction Sites. A customer provides his best-case scenario for removing PFAS from a job site after building a team, finding alternative funding and working with Evoqua.

  • Water Treatment At Construction Sites - Webinar

Discontinued product
Trench, Dredge Spoils & Construction Site Water Treatment

Description

Construction projects are by definition temporary. Effective dewatering will mitigate construction delays and create a safer working environment. Dewatering also avoids erosion or contamination of soil.

Dewatering dredge spoils ensures drier material for either landfill or landscaping.

Effective water treatment ensures safe water is being returned to a water source or discharged into a municipal system.

Typically, dewatering requires the use of pumping from rim ditches, trenches or well points and is usually completed prior to and during excavation. The water is then treated to remove contaminants before discharge to land, surface water or storm sewer inlets.

Mobile treatment solutions for the removal of contaminants may include suspended solids, organic hydrocarbons, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), heavy metals, lead, iron, emulsions, algae, dyes, ultra-trace mercury, selenium and more. Our innovative suspended solids removal system (SRS) is designed to treat flow rates from 10 gallons per minute to 6,000 gallons per minute and water volumes of 10,000 gallons to over 100 million gallons. This system does not require constant supervision and can monitor the discharge water quality continuously. It can also be set-up to automatically shut down or reprocess the water if appropriate discharge limitations are not met.

Our diverse, mobile treatment systems are enclosed making them ideal for sites with noise restrictions and can also address odor and air emission issues to ensure compliance.

Features & Benefits

Features & Benefits

  • One of the nation’s largest mobile fleets
  • Ensures compliance and regulations
  • Effective turnaround times