Industrial Water Media

Power plant utilizes clarifier to reduce pond dredging

May 22, 2018

 View Full Case Study  Problem Settling ponds are typically used in the wastewater treatment process, al-lowing for the natural removal of solids and turbidity from wastewater. Water is processed through the ponds so solid contaminants can settle and clean, re-usable water can flow over top. Though this technique is quite common in many industries, settling […]

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MPW praised for coal ash pond closure

May 7, 2018

 View Full Case Study  Problem A Virginia power plant, which began generating electricity in 1958 with three coal-fired units, had decommissioned one of its units and converted the other two to natural gas. Despite no longer burning coal, two coal ash ponds remained, ne-cessitating a remediation project. In addition to the EPA’s National Pollutant Discharge […]

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MPW breaks ground on new regen plant in Yuma, Ariz.

May 7, 2018

On April 5, MPW officially broke ground for a 30,000-square-foot industrial water regeneration plant in Yuma, Ariz. MPW’s site contractor Pilkington Commercial Company hosted the ceremony and in attendance were MPW President Jared Black, Director of Plant Services Jeff Thornton, Senior Mechanical Engineer Brian Charles and Brand Supervisor Ryan Cullins. The new facility will allow […]

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Water Forwarding Skid Spec Sheet

May 3, 2018

 View Full Spec Sheet  MPW’s Water Forwarding Skid provides an automated solution for collection and neutralization of multiple water streams. With a capacity of 2,100 gallons, MPW’s Water Forwarding Skid provides a single-skid system with redundant-forwarding pumps. The instrumentation includes HiHi, LoLo, Redundant Pump Start/Stop Point Level Switches and Analog (4-20 ma) tank-level output. A […]

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Mobile Reverse Osmosis (RO) 600 Spec Sheet

March 28, 2018

 View Full Spec Sheet  MPW’s Multi-Pass 600 Reverse Osmosis (RO) System provides a convenient production solution for removing dissolved solids, total organic carbon (TOC) and other colloidal contaminants. The system is operable in either single- or double-pass mode, with nominal flow rates up to 600 GPM and 300 GPM, respectively. The system offers automation, touch-screen […]

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Planning and preparation are the keys to replacing and retrofitting EDI systems

March 9, 2018

View Full White Paper Replacing the electrodeionization, or EDI, system at a power plant may not be as simple as changing the batteries in your smoke alarm or installing new wiper blades on your automobile. With planning and preparation, however, technicians can install the latest version of the water purification technology in a matter of […]

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Our industrial water support by industry

February 13, 2018

MPW’s Industrial Water (IW) division is the preeminent mobile solutions provider for industrial, ultrapure water. Each day, the MPW team works around the clock with regeneration plants, service centers and staging facilities located across North America to meet the diverse industrial water needs facing today’s modern industries. Under the guidance of the company’s founders, MPW […]

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MPW introduces 28-foot DI trailers

February 5, 2018

HEBRON, Ohio —  MPW Industrial Services today unveiled eight new 28-foot deionization (DI) trailers. MPW’s standard DI trailers measure 51 feet in length. MPW designed and built the 28-foot versions to meet the needs of customers with limited space at their facilities. This is especially common in urban-based power plants that are typical in the […]

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Power industry update: When temperatures drop, water needs spike

February 1, 2018

View Full White Paper Severe weather has long been the enemy of the power industry. Hurricanes, temperature shifts, tornadoes and snow storms cause an increased demand for power generation – creating a challenging situation for plant leaders to manage. In a recent white paper, we provided advice to power operators as they prepped their plants […]

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Frosty January temperatures set MPW’s industrial water business on fire

February 1, 2018

HEBRON, Ohio —  Arctic air powered one of the coldest two-week periods on record for late December through early January across the central and eastern U.S., with areas from Maine to Nebraska facing record-cold stretches from December 23 to January 5. Despite the dreariness, travel challenges and power outages presented by winter weather events, there […]

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