A landfill contacted Monroe Environmental regarding a need to remove ammonia from leachate prior to discharge to the local POTW. Monroe reviewed the leachate composition and determined that air stripping was a viable treatment.
A fertilizer manufacturing plant was dealing with particulate matter excursions in their dryer exhaust. Their existing baghouse filters were shredding and splitting due to the abrasive nature of the dust. The frequent downtime for maintenance led the company to seek a solution from Monroe Environmental.
A chrome plating company needed to improve their wet scrubber’s ability to remove acid fumes and metal particulate from an exhaust stream produced by chrome plating tanks. Monroe engineers recommended modifications and adjustments to maximize the performance of the scrubbing system.
A large coal fired power plant needed high-flow water treatment during a maintenance shutdown to separate solids from wash down water. The water had been used to clean flue gas air heaters that foul with fly ash during operation.
A new steel tube mill required a mill scale separator to capture and remove solids from mill water. Monroe was selected due to our experience with heavy-duty conveyors, robust tank designs, and custom engineering capabilities.