Many industries, like stone, concrete, glass and tile, and petroleum, struggle to deal with their wastewater. It isn’t uncommon for them to rely on ineffective methods, like coagulating chemicals and vacuum systems, rather than something more effective like a filter press or other water filtration system. The idea of investing in a filter press also brings along with it fear for a variety of reasons. A water filtration system is the most effective way to take care of your slurry problem, so it’s time to address your fears.
For a small business, the cost of a filter press—even a portable one like the Mud Hen—can be intimidating. Investing that kind of capital into a water system may be hard to justify at first. However, there are great payment plans offered to help with the upfront cost. You’ll also be saving money in the long-term for a great return on investment. Reusing water means you’ll be working in an environmentally sustainable manner, and you’ll avoid fines for illegally dumping water.
Are you worried that you won’t be able to operate a complicated water system like the Mud Hen water filtration system? Some people may fear the system is too complicated or will take valuable time out of their day. It’s actually easy to operate and to move around a job site. The simple mechanical controls and heavy-duty construction eliminate employee errors. The reliable machine can process over 200 gallons per hour and can be customized with accessories to increase its processing capacity. Our technicians are available 24/7, and we will ensure you understand the system before you begin operation.
Far too often, companies are in denial about having a slurry problem at all. They may fall back on unreliable methods to deal with their slurry, or they’ll simply dump their wastewater. Their denial keeps them from investing in a water system solution. While effectively cleaning your wastewater may take time and money, it needs to be taken care of. With a water filtration system, you can rest easy knowing you’re properly taking care of your slurry problem.
If you’re still a little uneasy about investing in a water system, give us a call. We’d be happy to discuss your concerns with you further.