Heavy Metal Headaches

Instead of taking a pain reliever, reduce the metals you discharge by 98.9%.

What heavy metals are in your wastewater?

Our team of wastewater specialists have 150+ years of knowledge, so if you don’t see your heavy metal headache listed below rest assured someone is sure to have solved a problem like yours!

  • Copper:  Let us help you take your effluent to new lows (0.19 ppm).
  • Cadmium:  What if your effluent was 0.5 ppm or less?
  • Chrome:  How about non-detectable?
  • Lead:  Can your sludge pass a TCLP?
  • Zinc:  See how we do this.
  • Nickel:  Your limit: 2.6 ppm, we can get you below 1 ppm.

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Some Ways to Tame that Headache:

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Reducing Hexavalent Chrome in Wastewater

Reducing Hexavalent Chrome in Wastewater

The Challenge
Limco Airepair specializes in the manufacture and re-manufacture of a variety of heat transfer components, used in aerospace applications. Chromium creates hard, long-lasting surfaces and coatings. It’s an excellent material for high-performance heat exchanger components. However, as part of the refinishing processes, chromium also ends up in wastewater, from where it must be removed.

Metal Treatment and Hex Chrome Reduction with AquaPure

Metal Treatment and Hex Chrome Reduction with AquaPure

A well known military metal finishing operation in Pennsylvania was having trouble treating hexavalent chromate rinses that also had cadmium in them. Our team of experts set the system up to treat both the hex chrome and cadmium-bearing rinses in the same tank. The Aquapure I-300 was used for chrome reduction and the Aquapure P601 was used for treating cadmium to low levels and to ensure all chelated metals were reduced.

Reach out to our wastewater specialists to find out if

AquaPure HQ, AquaPure I-300, or AquaPure 107 is right for your process.

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