LSP Whitewater, a cogeneration power plant located in Wisconsin, needed to significantly reduce the phosphorus output of their cooling water treatment program to meet local regulatory restrictions. To avoid a $1.8M capital expenditure, LSP Whitewater turned to SUEZ’s E.C.O.Film non-phosphorus cooling water treatment to provide an alternative solution that would eliminate phosphorus from their cooling water program, while maintaining mild steel corrosion rate and overall system performance.
LSP Whitewater reduces phosphorus discharge with E.C.O.Film non-p cooling water treatment | SUEZ
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