What Are Oil/Water Separators?

  Many industrial processes contaminate wastewater with oil and grease. These include vehicle and equipment washdowns, aircraft fueling, power generation, and more. Oil is an environmental hazard, so it must be separated and removed from the water before it can be safely discharged. That’s where oil/water separators come in. These are valuable pieces of equipment… Read more »

  Water is an essential component of many industries. It provides cooling, nutrients and more to processes ranging from agriculture to landscape maintenance. Once water is used in an industrial process, it often contains excess chemicals or nutrients that must be treated or removed to protect environmental and public safety. Nitrogen is a major environmental… Read more »

  Happy Earth Day! ESD has strived to conserve/improve the environment for 29 years. We want to thank all of our partners for their role in sustainability.   Do your part today: https://www.earthday.org/earth-day-2023/.   Conservation Resources Water Conservation Tips for Businesses How to Solve the Problem of Pollution What Is Bioremediation and What Are Its… Read more »

Leaving a job site clean and free of mud is essential. No matter how quickly a crew completes a construction project or how much care they put into their work, a large part of the business’s reputation depends on how clean the job site is after they finish. It’s essential to clean your equipment after… Read more »

Golf course greens and fairways provide an attractive landscape for golfers to swing some golf clubs and try for a hole-in-one. However, golf courses require pesticides, fertilizers and other chemicals to maintain this appearance, which can be hazardous. Golf course chemical usage and storage help keep guests and employees safe, while protecting the environment from… Read more »

Conserving water is an excellent way to reduce water scarcity and combat climate change. Small and large businesses can practice water conservation to benefit their community and the environment. Conserving water can be as simple as reminding employees to carry reusable water bottles or as involved as thoroughly tracking water use and regularly inspecting water… Read more »

John started in 2001 to develop the Wash Water Treatment Market in the Northeast Region. He has been successful in creating long-term relationships with a variety of different markets from Turf to Auto Recyclers. Thank you for being a valuable ESD Waste2Water, Inc. Team Member!

ESD Waste2Water, Inc. would like to thank Green Sports Alliance for the amazing symposium held at GEHA Arrowhead Stadium this week. The panels and speakers discussed and educated us on many different topics from Sustainability – low-hanging fruit, Quarters in the Sofa to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Business and Sports. The host Brandon Hamilton,… Read more »

ESD Waste2Water, Inc announces Dick Bessire’s retirement as the Florida Turf Manager. Dick played a vital role in creating and maintaining the Florida Turf Market. His can-do attitude and perpetual work ethic will be greatly missed by everyone on the ESD team. We would all like to wish him the very best in the years… Read more »

ESD Waste2Water, Inc would like that to thank all of the employees that helped with Toys for Tots 2020 donations. We are excited to be able to provide a smile (and some fun) to some well-deserving Families this year. Merry Christmas!

Congratulations to Jeff Andrews for 20 Years with ESD Waste2Water, Inc!  Jeff started in 2000 to assist in developing the ESD Waste2Water’s Engineering and Fabrication Departments.  He has since grown the departments to include: CNC routers, a Water Jet, and even a Robot Welder using SolidWorks.  Throughout the years of growth, Jeff has managed the… Read more »

Congratulations to Barb Schroeder for 20 years with ESD Waste2Water, Inc! Barb has been an integral part of ESD Waste2Water Inc.’s development.  She manages accounting and the day to day office operations.  Barb wears a variety of “hats”  and is always willing to take a second to lend a hand or answer a question.  On… Read more »

Interested in learning more about our HSMS System and how it works with our wash racks? See just how it works below!

Kevin Hawkins

Congratulations to Kevin Hawkins for 20 years as a valued member of ESD Waste2Water, Inc.  His hard work and dedication helped grow a small company into a Worldwide leader in manufacturing / installing Wash Water and Environmental Remediation Equipment.  Welcome to the 20 Year Club Kevin!

 The ESD Pressure Pump is regulated by a 30 – 50 PSI Pressure Switch to Turn On & Off the pump.  At times the pressure switch needs to be adjusted. Steps to Pressure Switch Adjustments on a Pump Step 1: Using a 5/16” Wrench, remove the pressure switch cove SAFETY ALERT – do not… Read more »

Steps to Replace a Regenerative Blower Turn Blower Switch & Main electrical breaker is off Safety Alert: Turn Blower Switch & Main Electrical Breaker to the “Off” Position Remove Regenerative Blower Motor Cover Confirm Power is off with Multimeter Remove (4) Bolts & nuts from mounting plate Loosen and Remove 1 ½” PVC Connection Disconnect… Read more »

 Order Vane Replacement Kit from ESD Waste2Water, Inc – Part #’s: 3042 (Replacement Vanes), 3043 (Inlet Air Filter) & 3044 (Discharge Air Filter) How to Replace a Air Compressor: SAFETY FIRST: If Compressor is installed in ESD Waste2Water, Inc System – confirm Blower Switch is in the “Off” position and confirm electrical breaker in… Read more »

Steps for Microbe Inoculation: Why inoculate a Biological System Weekly: The process of introducing a fresh batch of microbes on a weekly basis is to keep the microbial colony active inside of the Biological System.  This also allows an Operator to check the system to confirm: A) The aeration is working B) The System has… Read more »

Rotate valve between the Pressure Pump and Cartridge Filter Housing to the “Off” Position Open the Drain Valve at the bottom of the Cartridge Filter Housing to drain the filter housing so the Pressure is Zero Note: DO NOT PROCEED TO THE NEXT STEP UNTIL NO WATER IS FLOWING OUT OF THE CARTRIDGE FILTER HOUSING… Read more »

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