Waste Water Recovery:

Collection
Once waste water is contained a durable Sump Pump captures and transfer the excess wash water into an FCC Environmental Storage Tank located in our Pressure Me Mobile Unit. This process protects the environment in compliance with Waste Water Regulations.
Transportation & Elimination
All waste water is collected in FCC Environmental Tank and transported by a Pressure Me supervisor to an FCC Environmental Service location for proper disposal and recycling. All disposal data (Volume/Date)  are recorded and a fee applied for the disposal of waste water. (Manifest available upon request).  Some states require a Waste Transport License. All Pressure Me Mobile Units are registered and operate with a Waste Transporter License. We ensure you are in compliance with the OSHA/EPA truck water recovery guidelines.



specifically designed with the mobile pressure washing professional in mind. This skid mount unit can be mounted on a trailer or installed in the back of a box truck for water recovery and recycling at the job site. At the heart of the WR2 System is an impressive 450 CFM vacuum running at 80% capacity. It is designed to simultaneously recover from two adjustable height recovery surface cleaners or recovery accessories claiming a commanding 95% or greater water reclamation rate. The reclaimed water then begins the automatic water recycling process by filtering through a 2-step debris interceptor. This begins sorting out large debris, dirt and sand from the water. The interceptor drums feature auto pump out and auto shut down capacities which means the wash water continuously moves through the systems with no head-aches. The system then moves the water through an all aluminum Hot And Mighty™ Oil Harvester, which removes oils and suspended solids from the wash water. The water is then polished through a series of filters that clean the recovered wash water to 20 microns. The filtered water can then be reused in your pressure washer or transferred to an on-site sanitary sewer.

Let us pressure wash your parking lot, buildings or industrial equipment with your choice of hot or cold water. You'll want to make sure you chose a hot water pressure wash if the stains are from grease, grime or oil. Just like doing your dishes, cold water only moves oil around, but doesn't clean it away.

Wash Water Recovery is a major concern when pressure washing parking garages, parking lots, sidewalks, or any public area.   City, county and state regulations all require that waste water generated through the process of cleaning concrete, even when chemicals are not utilized, be collected at the site then disposed of at a state-approved liquid waste treatment facility.   They know that the run-off created by the cleaning process is contaminated with harmful oils, grease and chemicals (think leaky cars).  If this contaminated water reaches the storm sewers, it will eventually make its way into our waterways, ultimately contaminating our ground water and oceans (all water leads to the ocean).    Liquid Waste Solutions provides full service pick up of all contaminated water from pressure washing in Houston and surrounding areas.  We remove all of the wash water generated and transport it to a state approved facility.  You receive full documentation of its legal disposal. If you need something cleaned, are you doing the work yourself or contracting it out?  Either way, we can be of service.  If you're cleaning it yourself, call us for the water pick up and avoid costly fines and/or prosecution for "water pollution" (they will find you. eventually).  If hiring a contractor, verify that they don't just wash everything down the drains.  We have worked with several contractors and can offer recommendations.