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Water and Wastewater Treatment Clarifiers and Separators
Does your plant need to treat a contaminated liquid stream?
Suspended (TSS) & dissolved (TDS) solids
Metals precipitation & reduction
Oil/FOG separation & recovery
Ammonia & VOC stripping
Mobile water treatment & rentals
Monroe Environmental designs and builds a broad range of water and wastewater treatment systems and equipment for eliminating and minimizing a wide spectrum of pollutants from virtually all types of water and wastewater sources and applications.
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Monroe’s Water and Wastewater Treatment Systems & Equipment
Circular Clarifiers & Thickeners
Lamella Plate Vertical Clarifiers
Horizontal Plate Clarifiers
X-Flo Mobile Clarifiers™
Oil Recovery Units
Plate Settlers & Sludge Collectors
API Oil/Water Separators
Water and Wastewater Treatment Applications & Process Experience
Monroe Environmental has extensive experience with a wide variety of applications and processes for water and wastewater treatment. Click on a pollutant or process below to learn more about our approach to treating these contaminants.
Suspended & dissolved solids removal is required for nearly every water treatment application across every industry. Many physical and chemical characteristics as specific gravity, rise/settling rates, particle size, and chemical composition must be evaluated in order to select the correct technology for solids reduction.
Chemical treatment is a commonly used in conjunction with clarification, separation, and filtration to enhance solids removal. It is often required to precipitate dissolved solids and/or form floc that will more readily settle within a given liquid stream.
Monroe Environmental specializes in gravity separation of solids from liquid streams and offers a variety of clarification and separation technologies such as:
Metals are commonly found in wastewater streams and can be removed through clarification, separation, and/or filtration. Metals that are dissolved in wastewater can often be brought out of solution and precipitated through pH adjustment. Additional chemicals such as coagulants and flocculants can then be used to enhance these removal processes.
Monroe Environmental has supplied countless metals removal systems across a variety of industries using the following technologies:
Oil separation is a critical wastewater treatment step required in many applications and industries. The physical and chemical properties of the oil should be carefully evaluated in order to correctly apply the various treatment technologies that exist. FOG refers to “fats, oils, and grease” and is a common designation and regulatory target in the food industry.
Recovered oil often has residual value if it can be re‑used or re‑purposed in a secondary market. Therefore, “separation for waste” versus “separation for recovery” treatment objectives are evaluated according to different cost/benefit principles.
In some cases, oil separation can be accomplished simultaneously with solids settling, however this is not always the case.
Monroe Environmental technologies for oil separation, skimming, and recovery include:
Ammonia (and nitrogen) regulations for water have become much more stringent in recent years. Ammonia that is dissolved in water can be removed under the correct process conditions at various stages the treatment process.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) such as TCE, DCE, BTEX (benzene, toluene, ethylene, xylene), and others are commonly found in groundwater, industrial wastewater, and other contaminated liquid streams.
Monroe Environmental utilizes the following for ammonia and VOC reduction:
Mobile Water Treatment is required in specific industries such as fracking and pipe testing, but is also extremely beneficial during emergency events, scheduled maintenance shutdowns, and bypass operations.
Monroe Environmental offers mobile clarifiers and separators for these applications and any others where permanent installation is not feasible or desired. Our systems include:
Value-Added Engineering, On-Site, and Support Services
Monroe also offers a variety of engineering, assessment, evaluation, and design services to help engineers, operators, and plant personnel get the most out of their water and wastewater treatment systems.
Auxiliary Equipment, Components, & Packaged Systems
In addition to providing water and wastewater clarifiers and separators, Monroe offers an array of equipment, components, and devices typically needed for enabling a complete turnkey installation. These include but are not limited to the following:
Control and instrumentation systems
Chemical storage and feed systems
Equalization and storage tanks
Dissolved air floatation
Sludge handling & dewatering systems
Filtration & polishing systems
Access platforms, ladders, stairways, and walkways
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