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Evaporation for Wastewater Disposal: The Environmentally-friendly Option

Posted June 02, 2017 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

When it comes to wastewater disposal, is there a safer and more environmentally-friendly alternative to injection wells? One company, CLLEEN Water and Power, has set out to lead the wastewater disposal industry with its trade secret evaporation method.


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Re: Evaporation for Wastewater Disposal: The Environmentally-friendly Option

06/06/2017 4:13 PM

I hate to break the news, but evaporation is not a 'trade secret,' it is a law of physics.

Also, if they're evaporating-then-condensing (also known as 'distilling') the water, what are they doing with the residue left in the distillation chamber?

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