The removal of lubricants, rust inhibitors, and cleaning chemicals has become increasingly important over the years due to the chemical make-up of each.
Hazardous wastewater can be discharged either by being collected, and taken to a facility that handles that type of wastewater, or by being discharged into the sewer. Having the wastewater being discharged into the sewer is going to be the least expensive of the two, but there things to keep in mind when determining if your wastewater is safe enough to be released into the sewer.
In the STAMPING Journal® March/April issue article, “Safe-to-sewer solutions simplify disposal,” industry experts weighed in on six questions regarding the disposal of wastewater, the dangers of some chemicals found in wastewater, and ideas for safer alternatives.
PRAB is committed to solving wastewater treatment challenges for our customers. Our Evaled™ Vacuum Evaporator System is our wastewater treatment equipment that achieves clarity in your wastewater, to meet the OSHA requirements, and be acceptable to your local municipality.
Learn more about PRAB’s solution for wastewater treatment challenges