If you’re a local brewer, you have undoubtedly received a visit from your local public works regarding your operation’s wastewater output.
If you haven’t, you will.
When brewing, there are three main issues to address with regard to wastewater – pH, concentration of biological activity, and the amount of solids. You’ll also have to be mindful of water usage. Restrictions vary from state to state and even town to town, but there are always capacity levels. And when you surpass those capacities, there will be surcharges. As your beer output increases, your wastewater volume and concentration of contaminants, also increases.
Eliminating wastewater concerns probably won’t be your first major hurdle as you grow, but eventually, you will have to face the issue. Count on it.
We’re going to ask questions that get us to the root of your issues.
We’ll help you spot the problems so you’ll always be in compliance.
We create a strategic plan that matches your company’s needs.
The state of Illinois recently issued a shelter in place order for all workers and businesses considered non-essential by The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (“CISA”), an agency in the Department of Homeland Security.
According to the memorandum, DMP & ISC – A DMP Corp Company – is considered a critical manufacturing company due to our supplying mission-critical chemicals required for the operation of the rail and wastewater industries. As a result, our primary chemical manufacturing facility in Illinois will continue to operate.
We will continue to receive and fill orders through this difficult time to support our customers and will keep you posted on any new information that may affect your business. Read more here.