With Aqua Clear’s broad knowledge of industries and the various processes employed within those industries, you can be assured that we will squeeze the most out of your water while still maintaining the water quality your equipment requires.
Depending on the location of your facility, the source of irrigation water may be municipal, well water, surface water, seawater or, in some instances, reclaimed/recycled wastewater. Aqua Clear understands the sensitivity of grass, ornamental plants and crops to high levels of TDS, chloride, carbonate, boron and metals. Aqua Clear has the set of sustainable solutions to exceed the water quality needed to improve vegetation growth and sustain soil performance regardless of the source of the irrigation water.
Aqua Clear’s product offering includes:
- Ultrafiltration/Microfiltration (UF/MF) membranes to remove suspended solids, colloidal material and high molecular weight organics
- Nanofiltration to remove hardness as a chemical-free alternative to the use of softeners or to remove dissolved organics such as color from water
- Reverse Osmosis to remove the total dissolved solids (TDS) comprised of salts and minerals
In cases where an enclosure is required, Aqua Clear manufacturers complete packaged treatment systems within Enclosed Containers ready for “plug and play”.
Aqua Clear also offers both chemical and preventative membrane healthcare programs for filtration, ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis systems including field service and repairs.
With an eye on “ONE WATER” solutions, Aqua Clear has many programs and capabilities to help commercial and industrial clients reclaim and recycle wastewater onsite for use in irrigation of facility grounds. Aqua Clear can assist in identifying and applying for the rebates, incentives and tax breaks appropriate to the project that are available from the local and regional water and energy utilities.
For more information on how we may be able to assist you contact an Aqua Clear Water Treatment Specialist today. Our staff can help identify and troubleshoot any inefficiencies that are occurring in your water treatment system to help you save on capital and operating costs.