Water jet blasting is a superior method for cleaning commercial, municipal, and industrial surfaces. It completely cleans out pipes, produces white metal finishes, and minimizes dust and structural damage to concrete. The benefits of water blasting are endless. There’s more to the story, though. What happens to the water used for water jet blasting? Below, you can learn more about disposing wastewater after water blasting in Maryland.
The Need for Clean Water
What we do with wastewater depends greatly on how important we view clean water to be. Ultimately, wastewater makes its way back to the local streams, rivers, etc. In Maryland, there are plenty of those with the presence of the Chesapeake Bay.
What difference does clean water make? It means a healthier environment for water life to thrive. Fish, crabs, oysters, and more will prosper when the water is free of hazardous chemicals. It also makes natural waterways available for recreational activities like boating, fishing, and swimming. What’s more, it makes water a lot easier to treat so that people can drink it. People can drink, animals can drink, and plants can get hydration, all without exposure to poisons.
Water Blasting Applications
Where might you find water blasting of use and wastewater to contain? Small projects would include car washing, sidewalk cleaning, and commercial kitchen equipment cleaning. Applications that Jet Blast Inc. deals with include construction sites, ship hulls, storm drains, power plant equipment, concrete swimming pools, tanks, and much more. Cleaning any of these surfaces could use up gallons and gallons of pressurized water.
Pre-cleaning Your Surfaces
Before your water blasting team begins to work, it can reduce the amount of pollutants in the wastewater. Doing some pre-cleaning will help reduce how much the company needs to filter and treat the wastewater. Pre-cleaning would include sweeping and vacuuming free bits of dirt, paint, dust, etc.
Disposing Wastewater after Water Blasting
Jet Blast Inc. uses industrial vacuum trucks to suck up dry and wet waste materials. Wastewater goes through a filtration system built onto the truck, and Jet Blast Inc. has three different containment methods: auger off loading, power drumming, and pneumatic off loading. To learn more, please contact Jet Blast!
Contact Jet Blast Inc. Today!
Jet Blast® Industrial Services strives every day in an effort to provide our customers with the best service and equipment possible. Providing a safe and stable workplace has allowed us to keep a team of quality people, with most having a tenure of 15 – 25 years with Jet Blast®. With all that experience under one roof, we have been able to provide reliable 24-hour service since 1979. I believe this helps to set us apart from the competition.
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