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Phase 1 - Water Recycling Pilot Project Development Underway
Aspen Johnstown, a Pennsylvania LLC, uses patented and proprietary water treatment technology in its advanced industrial wastewater recycling systems. In most cases we find the operational advantages of a depot system to be superior to portable treatment approaches. The depot model also simplifies oversight by state regulatory agencies as the manpower required to monitor water treatment activity distributed throughout the entire Marcellus region would be massive and regulatory agencies are not staffed to oversee hundreds of continuously relocated distributed treatment systems. Aspen anticipates that a centralized facility that provides comprehensive water analysis of both incoming (untreated) water and outgoing (treated to drinking water standards and meeting PA DEP specs for discharge) will become the gold standard in the industry. Aspen anticipates that its first full scale production facility, Aspen Johnstown, capable of recycling in excess of 2 million gallons of production/flowback water daily will be operational in 2015. Our demo system is expected to be online in Q4/2014.
Formed as a joint venture between Aspen Fluid Logistics and the Johnstown Redevelopment Authority (JRA), our Public-Prvate Partnership is a model for development of water treatment infrastructure that serves both public and commercial interests. Phase 1 development of a pilot facility is underway on the Iron Street site, a Keystone Opportunity Zone (KOZ), remediated for industrial use by the JRA.
Water is purified to “drinking water” standard
Technology optimized to treat complex wastewater