Electro Water Separation (EWS) or Electro Coagulation: Treatment system uses electricity to clean contaminated water

Technology for cleaning contaminated water is increasingly being adopted by oil companies and well operators as a pay-by-the-gallon water-cleaning service.  OriginOil’s  electro water separation (EWS) technology, described as a high-speed, …

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