Environmental sustainability and meeting POTW (Publicly Owned Treatment Works) discharge requirements is a major focus for industrial companies today. Manufacturing companies are generating wastewater and sending it offsite for disposal or waste treating it in house. A major goal today with companies is becoming “greener”, minimizing risk and maximizing profitability. PRAB offers a diverse array of solutions to treat industrial wastewater, mitigate risk, repurposing and reusing wastewater and reducing costs. Understanding the value proposition, the overall savings and the return on investment of the appropriate technology will be accomplished.


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Blog: PRAB Exhibits at ISRI Convention and Exposition in New Orleans

The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries is hosting their annual convention and exposition in historic New Orleans, Louisiana on April 22nd 2017 – April 27th 2017. Scrap recyclers from all over the globe will be attending to showcase their equipment and solutions to scrap recycling challenges. PRAB is a worldwide leader in the design and manufacturing of equipment and systems […]

May 1, 2018
Blog: Why Companies Should Care – Industrial Water & Wastewater Management

For World Water Day 2017, the United Nations put the focus on the importance of reducing and reusing wastewater. According to UN.org, more than 80% of all the wastewater from our homes, cities, industry and agriculture flows back into the ecosystem via lakes, rivers and other bodies of surface water, polluting the environment while losing valuable nutrients and other […]

May 9, 2018
Blog: Dangers of Hazardous Chemicals in Wastewater

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 […]

May 1, 2018