Wyoming Facility Case
A new water treatment facility in Wyoming will treat up to one million gallons of water a day that comes from oil and gas production in the region. It is the third largest of it kind in the world and it will make water more acceptable for an end-use, whether it be for residential, industrial, or commercial customers.
The facility is located between Casper and Riverton, and it needed a highly stable, non-toxic, robust and waterproof coating for its new concrete water channels which will be exposed to a potentially corrosive array of chemicals in produced water. In addition, operators did not want any downtime, which was achieved by using EcoCoat 201S.