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Solving Excess Wastewater Problem for Greenhouses

Greenhouse growers may run out of holding capacity for rainwater during the Spring and Fall rainy seasons. Because this rainwater and plant run-off contacts rooftops, floors, plants, etc., it often has pollutant levels surpassing provincial limits for discharge to the natural environment. By reversing a standard wastewater treatment process, JNE’s pilot plant can safely discharge excess water run-off while recycling and storing nutrient-rich water for production use.

November 10th, 2020|

Wastewater Treatment: Drilling, Tunneling, and Mud Separation Polymers

Modern day mining, tunneling, jet and pressure grouting, drilling, and similar activities require a lot of water for operation. These industries use water to remove ground material, cool and lubricate machinery, and control dust. This contaminated water cannot go back into the ground as it may bring these pollutants directly into other important underground water sources such as aquifers and water tables. Luckily, JNE Environmental has the solution.

September 16th, 2020|
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Solving Excess Wastewater Problem for Greenhouses

Greenhouse growers may run out of holding capacity for rainwater during the Spring and Fall rainy seasons. Because this rainwater and plant run-off contacts rooftops, floors, plants, etc., it often has pollutant levels surpassing provincial limits for discharge to the natural environment. By reversing a standard wastewater treatment process, JNE’s pilot plant can safely discharge excess water run-off while recycling and storing nutrient-rich water for production use.

November 10th, 2020|

Wastewater Treatment: Drilling, Tunneling, and Mud Separation Polymers

Modern day mining, tunneling, jet and pressure grouting, drilling, and similar activities require a lot of water for operation. These industries use water to remove ground material, cool and lubricate machinery, and control dust. This contaminated water cannot go back into the ground as it may bring these pollutants directly into other important underground water sources such as aquifers and water tables. Luckily, JNE Environmental has the solution.

September 16th, 2020|
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