Liberty Hydro is committed to helping coal mines and natural gas drillers find cost-effective solutions to their water treatment needs.
Certain state regulatory agencies are using osmolality to monitor the quality of streams. Osmolality is a measure of the osmotic pressure created by ions and neutral molecules in solution.
It is widely recognized that osmotic pressures that are either too high or too low can have a negative effect on aquatic life. By its nature, osmolality is related to the conductivity or total dissolved solids (TDS) of the waste stream.
If your company is currently having difficulty meeting osmolality permit requirements or if you are concerned about meeting new permit requirements that may be imposed in the near future, please call us to discuss.
We will be pleased to consult with you, answer your questions and discuss treatment options.