2.0 units float on the surface of the evaporation pond, allowing concentrated droplets to fall back into the water.

Revolutionary Evaporation System Cuts Costs To $.006 Per Barrel And Protects Environment From Particulate Contamination

Disposing of industrial wastewater is a problem in many industries. Wastewater is so named because it typically contains a high concentration of contaminants including chemicals and particulate matter that are beyond the capabilities of municipal sewage systems. Mining endeavors including all types of fossil fuel recovery are particularly awash in…

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Robert Ballantyne served in the United States Marine Corps. An electrical engineer, his ongoing education has concentrated on molecular and atomic spectroscopy. His science research focuses on environmental monitoring, mitigation, and remediation systems design, with an emphasis on waste stream reduction.  His current role as Director of Research and Development for RWI Evaporation allows him to pursue raw scientific research into ways to fundamentally change environmental mitigation markets and methods.

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