US Water to present at Fuel Ethanol Workshop

By U.S. Water | April 28, 2016

U.S. Water, the leading national provider of integrated solutions for water treatment, will give three technical presentations during the upcoming Fuel Ethanol Workshop, June 20–23, 2016 at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

During the FEW program, U.S. Water’s Jared Galligan, applications engineer, will provide an industry update on water re-use and reduction. Michael Mowbray, U.S. Water’s director of product management, will discuss phosphorus discharge restrictions and their impact on plant cooling systems, and Mitch Manstedt, U.S. Water’s strategic business leader - ethanol, will present on plant reliability, focusing on updating outdated controls and equipment in aging facilities.

At U.S. Water’s booth #223, the company will feature its integrated solutions and “Together We Can” approach to solving the challenging water, energy and process needs of ethanol facilities. In addition, the copmany will share case study results obtained through use of the Ethanol Final Filter. This bolt-on, mechanical/chemical system, brings unique value to the ethanol industry due to its ability to improve final fuel quality through the removal of both existent and potential sulfate. In addition to sulfate removal, the EFF addresses issues of color, turbidity, acidity, pH, chloride and iron.

“The ethanol industry is one of U.S. Water’s key markets,” said Al Bly, U.S. Water’s founder and CEO. “Our company was created in 1997, and had its early successes by improving the efficiency of ethanol plants. Our continued commitment to the ethanol industry, coupled with our integrated solutions model combines the best equipment, engineering services, and sustainable chemistry. This allows us to resolve the ‘root cause’ of the ethanol plant’s problem and improve its overall efficiency.”