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Carbon Adsorber System Helps Fertilizer Manufacturer Treat Organics In Rainwater Runoff
By Evoqua Water Technologies
Evoqua Water Technologies was contacted by a U.S. producer of fertilizers and pesticides and consultative services in the field of agricultural technology. Site managers for the company were seeking a solution for treatment of contaminants containing rainwater runoff. The company originally employed a rental equipment system; however, they sought a permanent solution that would improve treatment performance and offered a reduction in cost versus the existing rental contract.
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