A Camas, Wash., firm has produced a waste water treatment system that for the first time combines both mechanical filtration and bioremediation. The upshot is water that is free of organic and industrial contaminants.
The product line is called the CLPB series, which does not require chlorine to sanitize waste streams. And the combination of the two technologies, says a spokesman, takes care of “emulsified oils and suspended solids, such as clay or silt, which are considered outside the range and capability of other wash water treatment systems.”
The configurable systems can tackle just about and challenge up to industrial wastewater, he adds.