The Process

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GRT’s licensed patented technology uses natural forces that are defined in Newton’s “Laws of Motion” to reduce energy usage. Settling rate and volume of sludge formed depends upon hydraulic retention

 

The process

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The GRC process fractures bonds between contaminating complex compounds so chemically producing new solid particles that can be coagulated/flocculated and locked up so to be separated from the influent, producing clear Supernatant and Sludge.

Using our knowledge of water chemistry, we change the chemistry of liquids that alters the solubility of chemicals dissolved in liquid, GRT are able to extract many seen and unseen contaminants in water and produce clear water.

This first part of the process uses common readily available reagent, but selection of the correct type of reagent is important, each differ greatly in quality and activity.

 

How does it work?

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The second part is to combine these new formed particles into heavy solids which cause them to sink, then finally using the GRC’s design to separate them into clean water (supernatant) and a manageable sludge.

The GRC process from the first stage of treatment to final discharge is calculated. The Plant’s performance is monitored by Direct Digital Controller (DDC) through sensors, along with our remote monitoring capabilities adjustments are performed immediately which result in real-time changes saving on unnecessary call-out fees and waiting time leading to out of spec discharge costing the client prosecution and /or unbalancing biological processes.

 

Treatment Plant Location

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Placement after a treatment system would indicate insufficient treatment capacity of the pre-existing system that requires only polishing to lower levels below set specifications. Post-placement would indicate the existing system not capable of treating the wastewater and a greater role needed by our technology.

Mobile Rig placement is unlimited giving an overall look at the existing system.