Wastewater Treatment System at Ingersoll Rand Plant Saves Over 1,000 Gallons of Water Daily

Aug 13, 2013 1:20 PM ET

Read one-page success story: Wastewater Treatment System at Ingersoll Rand Plant Saves Over 1,000 Gallons of Water Daily

Teams at Ingersoll Rand's Monterrey, Mexico facility addressed water scarcity issues and made changes that enabled reuse of wastewater from manufacturing processes, and saved tens of thousands of dollars.


Employees at this 1-million-plus square foot facility had the opportunity to positively impact their local environment in two ways: 1) significantly decrease the amount of water they draw from local wells and 2) lessen the amount of wastewater they discharged. On average, the facility’s treatment of all wastewater results in about 1,065 gallons of new water saved per day, or 13% less water extracted from wells, and a 65% reduction in the amount of wastewater discharged from the facility. Continue reading about the processes and short time-frame it took to make this happen...


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Christopher Tessier, Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability at Ingersoll Rand
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