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Is your business drowning in wastewater expenses? OxyShark can help transform your wastewater treatment from a debilitating expense into a responsible environmental solution. The OxyShark water reclamation system is a natural, sustainable alternative to ex Read More...
Pollution in the water supply – whether groundwater or surface water – is an ever-growing problem, but there are steps you can take in your daily life to help protect sources of fresh water.  Drinktap.org, a valuable resource from the American Water W Read More...
One of OxyShark’s key benefits is its ability to save companies money while also reducing their environmental impact. OxyShark’s ability to both reclaim and safely reuse and/or discharge wastewater allows each site to be fitted for a system to best mee Read More...
Aging wastewater treatment infrastructure and the sheer abundance of wastewater produced in the United States have created an urgent need for alternative treatment methods outside of centralized public and private wastewater treatment systems. According to Read More...
World Water Day takes place annually on March 22 and encourages action against water crises around the globe. This year’s theme is wastewater. Wastewater from homes, cities, industrial sites and agriculture is often not treated or disposed of properly, w Read More...
“The OxyShark® team worked diligently when listening to our needs and when working with state and local regulatory agencies to obtain permit approvals. We are discharging crystal clean water into the creek that surpasses our discharge permit requirement Read More...
“We have had great results and [our] expectations exceeded by OxyShark®. Furthermore, we are pleased to have signed a new contract for our original 35-year-old car wash that will utilize OxyShark.” – Rich’s Car Wash Car washes traditionally prod Read More...
In the rural South, many schools have difficulty complying with regulations for their wastewater discharges. These schools lack the location resources of larger, more metropolitan schools, which affects their wastewater needs as well. In metropolitan areas Read More...