Since it began manufacturing systems for wastewater treatment in 2012, OxyShark® has worked with a variety of clients to fulfill each of their unique wastewater needs. Below are case studies that demonstrate OxyShark‘s ability to work with diverse clients across multiple industries.

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Rich’s Car Wash

OxyShark’s versatility and extensive capabilities allow it to be applicable to a wide variety of companies across many different industries. This wide net encompasses car washes that can produce thousands of gallons of wastewater every day.

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Seafood Processing Plant

The Alabama Gulf Coast is well known for supplying quality seafood to consumers around the world. Because of its massive levels of water usage, the seafood processing industry brings with it a need to use water efficiently throughout its processes.

OxyShark as an Integrated System

For facilities producing specialty wastewater, the problem arises of how to manage the water. Because of the chemical contaminants within specialty wastewater, it cannot be treated by traditional systems. Additionally, in many rural areas where specialty waste is commonly found, there are rarely municipal sewer systems available to manage the water. This leaves the facility in a difficult situation with no immediate solution to its dilemma.

Landfill Condensate Treatment

Condensate from gas collection systems is an ongoing problem for landfill operators. While great strides have been made over recent decades, more can be done to treat landfill condensate for discharging to the sanitary sewer system and to explore treatability of the wastewater for potential reclaim and/or reuse scenarios. Learn how combining the OxyShark® high-purity oxygen process with an anaerobic pre-treatment can be an effective way to reduce biological landfill contamination and allow for the use of some or all of the water to be discharged to sewer in our case study.