Our vapor compressor is the solution to zero liquid discharge for frac and produced water.

VAPCO Vapor Compressor

LOW ENERGY COST < 1 cent/gallon

NO CHEMICAL PRE-TREATMENT

NO CHEMICAL POST-TREATMENT

TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS “0”

NO MEMBRANES TO FAIL

NO MEMBRANES TO CLOG

NO MEMBRANES TO REPLACE

EASY TO MAINTAIN

EASY TO CLEAN

NO M.T.B.E. TRANSFER

SINGLE PROCESS DELIVERS 95%

FAIL-SAFE PRODUCT WATER

FREE OF CONTAMINANTS

NO PATHOGEN TRANSFER

VERY SCALABLE

COMPACT FOOTPRINT

LOW WASTE VOLUME – 5-10%

EASY TO ADD MOUNTAIN SPRING TASTE

Simplified calculations-Introducing Vapor Compression theory

Vapor Compressor General Info

A DISCUSSION OF MECHANICAL VAPOR COMPRESSION TECHNOLOGY

 

 

   

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Zero Liquid
frac water treatment
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frac water solution ZLD zero liquid discharge completely mobilized Vapor Compression enables on-site frac water recycling
Waste Water Solutions for the Natural Gas Drilling Industry in Marcellus Shale
Treatment and Reuse of Mining Wastewater from Natural Gas Drilling Operations
Frac water
Flowback water
Pit water
zero liquid discharge Frac Water Solution provide mobile, cost effective treatment for removal of barium, strontium, calcium and other trace metals in frac/flowback water at the well site.
Pit water may be recycled by removal of solids and organics.
Significant quantities of water used for hydraulic fracturing may be recycled using our Mobilized Vapor Compression frac water treatment systems reducing the demand on regional watersheds
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      Mobilized Vapor Compression frac water treatment systems
      FRAC FLOWBACK WATER TREATMENT
      completely mobilized Vapor Compression Water Distiller is designed to enable on-site frac water recycling
      on site water recycling reduce frac flowback
      zero liquid discharge
      frac water treatment
      gas shale water treatment
      completely mobilized evaporator is designed to enable on-site frac water recycling,
      on site water recycling
      system treats high levels of Chloride and TDS in Frac water
      sophisticated, cost-effective treatment and recycling of a wide range of waste waters
      gas well on site water recycling
      oil well on site water recycling
      frac water solution financial opportunity
above-ground frac water technology
New Mobile Fracking Solution
Wastewater Treatment Equipment. Leasing
Economic Opportunities; Water Resources; Infrastructure ... and disposal of frac flowback, which is affected by variables such as volume and water quality

U.S. shale gas production has increased 14-fold over the past decade and reserves have tripled. Tapping this resource with hydraulic fracturing (using pressurized liquids to fracture subsurface rock) and other techniques pioneered by NETL and its research partners has played an increasingly important role in greater U.S. domestic oil and natural gas production over the past decade.

The water resources needed to hydraulically fracture the Marcellus Shale and the potential effects of hydraulic fracturing on surface and subsurface water sources have become key concerns for state legislatures, land owners, and the public. This is especially true as the number of issued permits continues to increase and drilling expands to new areas of the Appalachian Basin.

Frac water contains significant amounts of constituents such as salt, metals, sulfates, and chlorides. Additionally, this water contains certain ingredients that are ‘proprietary’ in nature and not disclosed on manufacturers’ safety data sheets (MSDS). The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recommended that publically owned treatment works (POTWs) no longer accept natural gas frac water. New regulations specifying frac water treatment guidelines are creating distinct challenges for the shale-gas industry. These challenges exist because no single-stage treatment technology capable of economically treating frac water to discharge water quality standards has been fielded.