3 Water Treatment Options to Get Rid of Waste Water When Pressure Washing


3 Water Treatment Options to Get Rid of Waste Water When Pressure Washing

3 Water Treatment Options to Get Rid of Waste Water When Pressure Washing

It does not matter what type of water cleaning you are doing – there is going to be waste water. What will vary is the type of dirt or contamination in the water. Depending on what it consists of, it could be unsafe or even illegal to simply let the water run into the storm drain or into the grass or other landscaping. The good news is that Geyser Equipment offers three water treatment solutions for you.

Read on to learn more about them. If you are looking for a water treatment option, or any other type of pressure washer accessories, you will be glad to know that you have found the best option around. Contact Geyser Equipment at 951-509-9269 now to learn more, to make a purchase, or to get answers to your questions about pressure washers.

Water Recovery Options

At Geyser Equipment we both sell and service water recovery systems that can catch up any waste water and extract it. This gives you total control of both when and where you get rid of it. You can then ensure that your are collecting and storing your waste water in a way that it can be both safely and legally disposed of in accordance with every applicable environmental law and regulation.

Water recovery options include our electric powered water evacuation system with pump out, vacuuboom, and a gas powered vacuum water evacuation system.

Water Recycler Options

Once you have collected all the waste water, a water recycler can help separate the water itself from any oil or other particles. You can then reuse the water that has been separated out and safely dispose of the oil and particles. This is a great option that’s not only good for the environment but helps reduce the amount of water you must use – which can greatly reduce costs for larger operations.

Water Evaporator Options

One of the most environmentally friendly options to get rid of wash water is to evaporate it. This will get rid of the water into the atmosphere, while the particles, oil, and other contaminants are left behind. This solid waste is much easier – and safer to get rid of. We offer water evaporators in a variety of sizes to meet a wide range of needs.

Which of These Water Treatment Options is Best for You?

As you consider all the options to treat your water, you are likely to wonder: Which one is best for my purposes? Which one would be the best investment? There is no simple answer to that question because it all depends on what you need, your budget, and your priorities.

However, there is an easy way to get an answer: Contact Geyser Equipment. With years of experience in this industry we know the products inside and out. We can ask you a few questions about your needs and then outline our suggestions, giving you all the info you need to make the most informed decision.