Many years ago Samsco recognized that wastewater management was becoming a significant challenge for many companies. Water-based wastes are usually generated in the normal course of day-to-day business, and there are typically multiple waste streams that need disposal.
Prior to the arrival of evaporation, companies used disposal technologies that still tied them to sewer discharge, or were forced to have large volumes of wastewater hauled off-site. Both approaches, however, increased - and continue today to increase - a company's exposure to ever-tightening environmental regulations and their associated costs. Today, wastewater disposal is viewed by many as a problem that can impact a company - and its management - in terms of both cost and liability.
Consequently, like other management problems, the options for wastewater disposal should be assessed carefully to ensure that companies select the best long-term solution to the problem. Such corporate focus is necessary, to meet the significant challenge of environmental compliance.
After considering the options for wastewater disposal, most environmental experts agree that evaporation offers industry the simplest and most effective long-term approach. In addition, evaporation offers tremendous flexibility and versatility - for both current as well as future manufacturing and disposal needs.
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