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What Are Dewatering Treatment Systems?

“Dewatering” is a term typically used to describe the process of extraction and removal of groundwater or surface water from a construction site. Typically performed by dewatering contractors for a project site, the process of dewatering plays an important role in many Construction projects that involve excavation below the static groundwater level for construction of sub-surface parking structures, bridge caisson/piers, elevator shafts, ect.

International Dark Sky Week 2021

 
International Dark Sky Week - April 5th - April 12th
Light pollution has far reaching consequences that are harmful to all living things on the earth. By using effective outdoor lighting such as LPS, HPS and low-color-temperature LEDs it can help reduce the negative impacts that poorly placed or unshielded outdoor lighting can have on wildlife, our health, and enjoyment of the nighttime sky.

Happy Easter From Pure Effect!

Pure Effect wishes everyone and their families a safe and Happy Easter!

 

As a reminder, Pure Effect will be closing at 12:00 PM on Friday, April 2, 2021 in observance of Good Friday for the Easter Holiday Weekend.

 

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Construction Dewatering Equipment Rentals

Liquid Phase Vessels
Our liquid phase carbon vessels have been designed and built to meet or exceed the highest possible standards in the industry. We utilize state-of-the-art internal linings to assure corrosion-free conditions. With our large selection, we can provide the right vessels for any project and any operating conditions:

Municipal drinking water treatment
Industrial Wastewater Treatment
Groundwater remediation
Gravity discharge water treatment
Low flow groundwater treatment
Remove organic contamination from low flow water streams
Greywater treatment
Low-pressure water treatment
Temporary water treatment
Leachate treatment
Underground storage tank cleanup
Spill cleanup
Wastewater filtration
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Pure Effect designs and manufactures liquid phase vessels for jobs of all sizes, with flow ranges up to 550 GPM per unit and carbon capacities up to 20,000 lbs.