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Reverse Osmosis System Cuts Food Plant’s Eco Footprint

Layne Christensen’s 350-gallon-per-minute reverse osmosis system has reduced the environmental impacts and energy use of a food processing plant’s water treatment system, reports Water & Wastes Digest. The unnamed large food processing plant is based in Wisconsin and packages green beans, carrots and potatoes. As a means of reducing its … Read more »

TurboFrac Produced Water Recycling Pilot

ThermoEnergy, STW Resources Turn Fracking Water into Freshwater

ThermoEnergy and STW Resources say they have completed a successful pilot test of ThermoEnergy’s TurboFrac produced water recycling system (pictured) at a major oil producer’s site near Midland, Texas. While in operation, the TurboFrac system processed produced water with a 72 percent fresh water recovery rate while reducing total dissolved … Read more »


Fracking Companies Up Recycled Water Use

Halliburton, Baker Hughes and FTS International are among the oil and gas companies increasingly using recycled water in hydraulic fracturing. Most fracking to extract shale gas is happening in water-stressed regions of the US, such as Texas and Colorado, both of which are in the midst of prolonged drought conditions. … Read more »

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