Environmental Control Systems and Solutions for the Aerospace,
Automotive, and Machining/Automation Industries
For over 45 years Monroe has designed and manufactured a variety of Air Pollution Control (APC) and Water/Wastewater Treatment (WWT) systems for the Aerospace, Automotive, and Machining/Automation industries. Our very first project was developing a solution for a difficult oil mist collection problem at an automotive plant.
Aerospace and Automotive industries are two of the most regulated industries in the US. Many manufacturers in these industries are faced with the challenge of complying with a multitude of strict environmental regulations while still being competitive.
Treating liquid waste from these industries poses a set of unique challenges. Producing parts out of a variety of metals and composite materials generates high levels of effluents in waste, rinse, and process waters. Oily wastes and high metal content in the wastewater must be treated correctly before it can be recycled or disposed.
As air pollution control and water treatment experts, we have many successful installations that have continued to perform well for decades. We have the knowledge and the proven expertise to provide cost-effective solutions for a range of applications in the Automotive, Aerospace, and Machining/Automation industries.
Machining – wet and dry
Parts washer exhaust
Grinding, honing, polishing and buffing
Odor and fume control
- Flame laminating and stamping
Casting and forging operations
Metals reduction and removal
Solids (TSS) reduction and removal
Oil separation and recovery
Sludge thickening and de-watering
Coagulation, flocculation, and chemical precipitation
Monroe Horizontal Clarifier & Sludge Handling Package Improves Treatability & Lowers Cost
Cartridge Dust Collectors for dust filtration from grinding operation at an automotive manufacturing facility
Lamella Plate Vertical Clarifier provided for an automotive plant’s wastewater treatment system
Corrugated Plate Interceptor (CPI) Separators for oil/water separation of storm water runoff at an automotive assembly plant