Oberlin Filter is an essential asset to the process of detoxifying contaminated groundwater and creating healthy drinking water supplies. Oberlin Filtration technology is tailored specifically for superfund abatement and chemically polluted wastewater treatment.
Short list of toxins removed
The Oberlin filtration technology is applicable to many other environmental waste concerns such as chemical weapons destruction programs and nuclear waste area abatement. Most notably Oberlin and the United States Army Pueblo Chemical Weapons Destruction Program in Pueblo, Colorado have partnered to ensure thorough chemical waste expunging within their program. Our technology is perfectly suited to purge heavy metals and radioactive contamination produced by some of the harshest and environmentally degrading pollutants.
Sludge dewatering and primary filter backwashes processes with Oberlin patented specific technology serve as the last step in achieving federal and state regulated water quality standards. We are currently involved in seven California utility Zero Liquid Discharge programs operating as the last stage of the ZLD filtration process. The Oberlin Filter also aids in enabling industry to adhere to government-mandated standards of the Clean Water Act and state and federal regulatory environmental compliance.
With 50 years of extensive experience and internationally recognized patented technology in removing industry created toxins that threaten groundwater supplies and environment; our filtration technology is the unsurpassed industry solution for chemical removal in groundwater and wastewater treatment.