Water Treatment Systems – No Two Installations Are Alike.

Posted on: October 19th, 2022 by Mi-T-M | 1 Comment


Mi-T-M has been in the Water Treatment business since 1998.  Over the years, we’ve had a great deal of success in a variety of different water treatment industries including rental, implement dealers, golf courses, wineries, breweries and municipalities. Each industry has their own, unique challenges when it comes to water treatment systems and no two installations are alike.

To select the best treatment solution for your business, you will need to determine how much water you wish to treat in a 24-hour period, what substances you need to remove from the wastewater, and whether you’ll be recycling or discharging that wastewater. The following are three types of water treatment systems we sell at Mi-T-M:

As our technology evolved, the Mi-T-M Biological Reclaim Systems became one of our most requested products because of its versatility and simplicity. A Biological system is designed to consume contaminants that other systems may only isolate from wastewater. Mi-T-M’s Bio Series harnesses the power of these  genetically engineered bacteria through a unique process that is chemical free and environmentally safe. “It’s a simple, effective way to filter out waste, and create clean, reusable water,” says Aaron Auger, Mi-T-M Water Treatment  Division Manager. “It’s what we call, ‘The Process of Elimination’.”Biological Recycle Systems

Grease, oil, hydrocarbons and other naturally occurring substances are a food source for millions of microbes that colonize within a Mi-T-M Biological system. As wastewater drains underground, it’s pumped to a bio-reaction tank. In the tank, the untreated wastewater flows through separate chambers, home to colonies of hungry microbes. The stream of water changes direction countless times for maximum microbe contact. The microbes “treat” the water by consuming any organic materials in the water, including oil and grease. The microbes live for this consumption, and the Mi-T-M system provides the three basic elements they need to survive: food, environment, and oxygen.


Once the microbes have done their work, a pressurized tank delivers the biologically treated water for reuse.

The WOS and WCL Series recycle systems are designed to discharge equipment and vehicle wash-water to sanitary sewers. The oil/water/solids separators will reduce the amount of suspended solids while removing hydrocarbons to meet local sanitary sewer discharge requirements. Note to always check local discharge regulations and limits.

Wash Water Recycle System for Trucking company

WLP Advanced Wash Water Recycle System with a HEG hot water pressure washer installed at a trucking company in Indiana.

The WLP and WCP Series recycle systems are designed to remove free hydrocarbons and filter the water to be sent back through a pressure washer. Once equipment is washed, the untreated wash-water flows into your pit system. A proper pit system for your application is essential in proper wash-water treatment, and a critical element in any wash-water recycle system. The systems come standard with pH and ORP injection and all systems are designed for corrosion-resistance by using stainless-steel tanks.

Wash Water Recycle System

WCP Clarifier Wash Water Recycle System with an 80-gallon compressor, WTA settling tank and coagulation settling system. Installed by McHenry Pressure Cleaning Systems.

We also offer numerous water treatment system accessories that make it easier for you to customize your wastewater cleaning process. Some of these items include filters, pumps, valves and consumables. Mi-T-M sells a huge assortment of solutions.

There are lots of terms, chemical reactions and other things to know about the wastewater treatment process. Rely on Mi-T-M to provide the tools and equipment you need to treat your water properly and effectively.

We hope you’ve learned a little more about the water treatment process. We look forward to working with you to customize the ideal wastewater treatment system. Contact Mi-T-M today or connect with one of our trusted dealers to learn more.


One Response

  1. Dan yarnick says:

    Looking to remove iron from two water wells the water is used for greenhouses growing hydroponic vegetables.

    Dan Yarnick
    Thank you

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