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Re: Rerverse Osmosis Plating




Ralph Cooper wrote:

"Replacing tap or well water with
reverse osmosis water can prove
financially beneficial.  The treatment
tank life is extended, since the inflow
of water borne contaminants is reduced.
 We have seen treatment tank life
extended by six to ten fold (e.g., from
replacement once a month to less than
twice a year).  Of course, there is a
corresponding reduction in the waste
treatment and disposal cost, or
recycling costs, as well as the cost of
new chemicals for the treatment tank."

>> Another opportunity for reduction of
rinse water is to use the reject RO
discharge in some of the less
"critical" rinses where you can afford
not to have perfectly clean water.

Scott Simpson
Safety/Environmental Engineering
Director
scotts@omnic.com