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Environmental Benefits of Enhanced Evaporation

Environmental Benefits of Enhanced Evaporation

E3 Solutions is a Tampa based company focused on providing smarter choices for wastewater management. Our biowaste scientists turned innovative entrepreneurs have a combined 50+ years of experience in the wastewater management industry, and our technology reflects that. As we continue to design intelligent and intuitive solutions, such as our Varimax and MegaMist technology, discover how E3 Solutions helps to positively impact the health of our environment now.

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What makes E3's Wastewater Evaporators the market leaders?

What makes E3's Wastewater Evaporators the market leaders?

E3 Solutions’ patented evaporation systems are the MegaMist and the Varimax, both purposely designed to evaporate the widest variety of industrial wastewater effectively.  E3’s experienced team has studied the science of water evaporation, the weather factors involved in such natural phenomena, and the best manufacturing materials to create the most effective, durable and easy-to-use wastewater evaporators on the market today (download E3’s presentation). 

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Reasons Why Enhanced Evaporation Works: Part 3

Reasons Why Enhanced Evaporation Works: Part 3

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Varimax-40 Enhanced Evaporator vs Trucking & Injection Cost

Varimax-40 Enhanced Evaporator vs Trucking & Injection Cost

E3 Solutions will use the following comparative example of current disposal methods used in drilling operations with the main focus of using E3’s Varimax-40 enhanced evaporation system versus trucking and injection: "The costs for hauling away wastewater for deep-well injection ranges between $0.07 and $0.17 per gallon. For a newly fracked well, the cost could reach $100,000 for transporting over 588,000 gallons of flowback – water levels produced from each basin, and indeed, each wellhead can vary. Plus, an additional potential 142,800 gallons each day of transported produced wastewater, at $20,000 per day. To haul water off-site for disposal over the 20-year life of a hydraulic fracturing well-project, it was estimated to cost $160 million (includes trucking costs, water disposal costs and labor)."-Source Energy Central website article.

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Reasons Why Enhanced Evaporation Works: Part 2

Reasons Why Enhanced Evaporation Works: Part 2

Welcome back to our three part Evaporation Works Series! If you missed part one, feel free to jump back and start from the beginning. E3 Solutions, a Tampa based wastewater industry pioneer, focuses on the most eco-friendly and cost-effective solutions to your wastewater management. With revolutionary technology developed over our company’s 10 years of operation, we are driven to provide a modern solution that maintains optimum efficiency anywhere in the world: enhanced evaporation.

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Reasons Why Enhanced Evaporation Works: Part 1

Reasons Why Enhanced Evaporation Works: Part 1

 

E3 Solutions is a Tampa based company focused on effective and efficient evaporation solutions. Our biowaste scientists turned innovative entrepreneurs have a combined 50+ years of experience in the wastewater management industry, and our technology reflects that. We’ve put together a three part series to help explain what exactly enhanced evaporation is, and how we have the number one cost beneficial and ecologically conscious evaporation technology on the market today.

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E3 Solutions’ Success Case Study: Village Wastewater Treatment Plant, Lakeland FL

E3 Solutions’ Success Case Study: Village Wastewater Treatment Plant, Lakeland FL

At E3 Solutions, our technology helps clients reduce costs, not only monetary but environmental costs as well. We are thrilled to see clients businesses improve from the use of our enhanced evaporation technology. 

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Salt Drift: Surprisingly Short Hang Times

Salt Drift: Surprisingly Short Hang Times

One of the biggest questions I always get asked from potential clients wanting to incorporate enhanced evaporation equipment, is the containment of salt drift from high TDS waste streams. As technology improves and more studies evolve, one thing is for sure, salt is always in the atmosphere, mostly from the salt loading from the ocean due to natures design. Surprisingly, models and observations have proved tiny micron particles return to the sea in a short time frame.

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Droplet Spectra Test For Enhanced Evaporation

Droplet Spectra Test For Enhanced Evaporation

Enhanced evaporation is without a doubt the least expensive wastewater treatment method in the marketplace. However, there are a couple of regulatory conditions when using enhanced evaporation that needs to be handled when treating higher TDS wastewater streams. The most common condition is overspray. While competitive equipment can only highlight pressure settings and micron spectra size through spiral nozzle manufacturing data, there is no way to control the droplet size using this method. Using E3's patented and proprietary variable motor speed control using localized wind parameters gives the user the ability to manipulate water droplet sizes. E3's recent droplet testing by Spraying Systems Company proves E3's technology can create the perfect droplet spectra's for increasing evaporation conditions and at the same time meet regulatory compliances.

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New EPA Injection Well Study Points To Keeping The Injected Wastewater In the Hydrologic Cycle

New EPA Injection Well Study Points To Keeping The Injected Wastewater In the Hydrologic Cycle

A saltwater injection well in Oklahoma. Applications for similar wells in Kansas listed 15-day protest periods when they should have allowed the public 30 days to object. FILE PHOTO / KCUR 89.3

Billions of gallons of water are removed each year from the hydrologic cycle and injected into underground formations thousands of feet below the surface of the earth.  Hydrologists agree that there is approximately less than 1% usable water for humans on our planet.  With proven enhanced evaporation methods, why continue sending this precious resource underground out of the hydrology cycle?    

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