Mines and quarries face tougher water-quality standards
November 22, 2010
The Iowa DNR is holding a meeting next Tuesday
for quarries and mines in Iowa to discuss new rules for their wastewater discharges, which may require tougher standards for treatment as well as monitoring of sulfates. It's part of the state's overall tightening of standards for water quality, which is the result of a long (and ongoing) process of complying with Federal regulations.
We serve Iowa's mines and quarries just as we serve other industrial wastewater systems
, with products that include high-pressure pumping systems for mines and residual sulfate sensors
. Please contact us
if you have questions.
last revised November 2010