Tips on How to Dispose of Carpet Cleaning Wastewater
CHICAGO — Spring and summer are around the corner, the busiest time for the carpet cleaning industry.
And an issue all carpet cleaners must grapple with is how to dispose of wastewater.
According to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, wastewater can contain several different types of bacteria, body fluids, human and animal waste, chemical compounds, oil, grease, smoke, airborne pollutants, detergents, solvents, and more - all potentially hazardous to human health and the environment
"Because of this, properly disposing of wastewater is critical and most states have a variety of rules and regulations on how it must be handled," says Doug Berjer, product manager for CFR, manufacturer of carpet extractors that recycle water.
Berjer offers the following tips on how carpet cleaning techs and all cleaning professionals can safely and properly discharge wastewater:
"Wastewater disposal has become a more serious problem in recent years in many parts of the country," adds Berjer. "A failure to properly dispose of wastewater can result in significant fines for the carpet cleaning technician and sometimes for the homeowner or building owner as well."
About CFR, a Tacony Company
CFR designs and manufactures a complete range of eco-friendly carpet cleaning systems and high performance specialty tools with an innovative, patented technology that is radically different from other carpet cleaning systems. Continuous Flow Recycling (CFR) technology provides superior moisture-controlled cleaning, faster drying times, and increased cleaning productivity that is unmatched compared to standard carpet extractors on the market today. Through a state-of-the-art recycling filtration system, coupled with moisture-controlled atomization wand technology to minimize carpet moisture, CFR is the Greenest carpet cleaning system available.
CFR Web site: www.cfrcorp.com