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Purus Polishing is a category of stormwater treatment technologies for removal of small particulates, bacteria, organics or dissolved metals to low levels.  Purus requires relatively clear inlet water generally having a TSS concentration less than 20 mg/L and are generally used downstream of Aquip filtration or another high-performing particulate reduction technology.

The Purus technologies can be applied individually or in a series.  Purus polishing is typically able to reduce most pollutants to below the benchmarks or action levels. With this level of stormwater pollutant removal possible, the Purus system is ideal for industries where higher concentrations of specific pollutants are unavoidable or where more stringent or watershed-specific water quality standards apply. Purus requires nearly clear influent, so it is most often installed after the Aquip stormwater filtration system.

Features

  • Flow matched to upstream treatment rates
  • Slip-stream treatment configuration available
  • Freeze protection available
  • Targets individual site-specific parameters
  • Removes trace pollutants in hard to treat applications

aquipPROJECT PROFILES

HOT DIP GALVANIZER, WA

Washington galvanizing site meets stormwater benchmarks for zinc with innovative stormwater design, Aquip basic filtration and Purus metals polishing.

PROFILE: Hot Dip Galvanizer, WA

COAL FIRED POWER PLANT WV

US electricity generator uses StormwateRx process for hotspot industrial stormwater runoff from the site preventing pollutants from reaching the Ohio River.

PROFILE: COAL FIRED POWER PLANT

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