December 1999

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HP Water Management: Thinking about outsourcing your water system?

As water systems reach the end of their service life, facilities must replace or repair these water systems. Sometimes, a plant expansion may necessitate enlarging the water system. A conventional sol..

Huchler, L. A., MarTech Systems, Inc.

As water systems reach the end of their service life, facilities must replace or repair these water systems. Sometimes, a plant expansion may necessitate enlarging the water system. A conventional solution to this problem would require plant engineers to evaluate current operating costs, analyze project costs, calculate the payback period and submit a capital improvement request for approval by corporate management. An alternative solution to capital investment is outsourcing part or all of a plant's water system. Recently, plants have outsourced a variety of treatment systems including: influent clarifiers, entire pretreatment systems, drinking water, high-purity water, steam-gener

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