Liquid management solutions provider BakerCorp has recently completed a multi-site dewatering project for a public-private construction entity in the Denver area of the US.

BakerCorp designed a custom filtration, containment and pumping solution for around-the-clock groundwater containment and cleanup. During the project, more than 15 million gallons of contaminated water were successfully treated on-site, and the BakerCorp system reduced estimated disposal costs by 60%.

The BakerCorp team engineered, configured and installed a filtration system that drove water through BakerCorp’s EC-250 treatment trailer, a mobile filtration system built on a movable trailer. Streaming through a series of four tri-chamber barrier tanks, solid particulates were removed from over 15 million gallons of water. After this initial filtration, water flowed from a frac tank into sand and media filters, a bag filter, and a granular activated carbon (GAC) filter for enhanced solids separation and polishing before discharge.

“As we began to assess the project, we identified an opportunity to provide substantial value, both in terms of reduced overall treatment costs and flexibility of operations, to our customer. We were able to do this by leveraging our team’s expertise and the technology in our mobile electrocoagulation (EC) system offering,” said Mehrzad Emanuel, vice president of filtration at BakerCorp.

The project was completed using BakerCorp products and services exclusively.

On-site BakerCorp personnel handled delivery, equipment installation, operations and maintenance.

BakerCorp has also been awarded future phases of the ongoing project.

BakerCorp’s custom filtration solution successfully treated more than 15 million gallons of contaminated water onsite.
BakerCorp’s custom filtration solution successfully treated more than 15 million gallons of contaminated water onsite.