Industry Solutions

    Produced Water Treatment

    Development of stranded natural gas and oil fields in the United States has surged in the last decade and is poised for tremendous future growth based upon the drive toward energy independence and new technology to recover natural gas and oil from shale deposits. These activities coincide with mounting public and regulatory agency concerns over produced water management in natural gas and oil fields.

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    Custom Heavy Brine

    Based on ability to concentrate wastewater far beyond saturation, Heartland’s unique LM-HT® Concentrator technology is a valuable platform for producing custom heavy brines that open cost-effective opportunities to improve operations for firms that include oil and gas E&P, deep well disposal, mining, food, pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturing.

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    Landfill Leachate Treatment

    Leachate management challenges are mounting as transportation costs increase and sewer treatment plants are beginning to reject leachate or add surcharges to treatment costs. Thus, landfills that ship leachate off site face escalating fees for transportation and treatment along with possible loss of access to sewage treatment plants. In addition to short term risks, each of these factors impact unfavorably on costs of funding mandated 30-year post-closure plans. On-site treatment with the Heartland’s LM-HT® Leachate Concentrators using waste heat from landfill flares or exhaust from on-site power-generation plants gives the landfill owner a reliable low-cost solution that can be managed as a predictable monthly expense, even into the post-closure period.

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    Industrial Wastewater Treatment

    Heartland Technology’s unique water management technologies offer significant advantages when applied to industrial wastewater management by enhancing or supplanting conventional processes for mass and heat transfer, especially where these unit operations are applied to feed streams that contain significant quantities of total solids.

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