Much of the nation’s water supply has contaminants — either from naturally occurring or man-made sources. In either case, certain contaminants must be removed from the water to protect public health and meet regulatory guidelines. Once removed, safe and environmentally responsible disposal of the contaminants and treatment waste is essential.
WRT’s proprietary water treatment process is unique in that it not only removes select contaminants from water using an absorptive media, it completes the process by disposing of radioactive treatment residuals in a licensed facility.
As a result, contaminants do not re-enter the water supply or return to the community as run-off or sludge deposits. It is the most environmentally responsible method available today of treating water.
To help customers meet regulatory compliance standards, WRT designs, builds and provides processes for removing radium, chromium, arsenic, ammonia, uranium, barium and other contaminants from water or waste water. These patent-pending processes are the simplest, most effective and cost efficient available, utilizing proprietary treatment media mined, processed and formulated by WRT. What’s more, our long-term contract package of process/services includes equipment, media, exchange of media, and proper handling and disposal of used media.
Complete contaminant removal solutions from a single source. WRT® designs, manufactures and provides cost-effective, patent-pending processes for the removal of radium, chromium, arsenic, ammonia, uranium, barium and other contaminants from water or waste water. Available on a cost-per-1,000 gallons treated, long-term contract basis, WRT’s full-package solutions represent the simplest and most effective processes/services in the industry for meeting regulatory compliance standards.
Water Remediation Technology, LLC is the only water treatment company in the United States to provide a total, long-term, environmentally sound solution for removing radioactive and other select contaminants from water sources. Specialized licensing enables the company to not only remove contaminants, but also safely dispose of spent radioactive treatment media in an environmentally responsible way.
The information presented in this report is compiled from sources including the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, American Water Works Association, National Groundwater Association, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Energy, Argonne National Laboratory Environmental Assessment Division, Argonne National Library, and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
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Radium or Uranium Removal System Cost Evaluation
The WRT Portable Exchange Systems are designed for radium or uranium removal applications from 5 to 100 gallons per minute.
Z-88® Radium or Z-92® Uranium removal systems can be utilized in any new or existing potable water system. Water passes through treatment vessels where the contaminant is removed. When the treatment media is ready for replacement, the portable treatment vessels are removed from the circuit and replacement vessels are provided and installed on a cost per exchange basis. WRT disconnects the used vessels, installs the replacement vessels into the system, places it back into operation, and provides for the safe removal and disposal of the spent media.
Pilot tests conducted at facilities across the U.S. consistently show that WRT treatment processes successfully reduce radium or uranium in drinking water to well below the Maxiumum Contaminant Level (MCL). WRT can provide self-contained portable, free-standing pilot units or mobile, trailer-mounted units, depending on specific testing needs at each site. Services include unit delivery, setup and operating instruction. Upon completion of the pilot study, WRT will prepare a Pilot Study Report and a detailed cost proposal for a full-scale system.