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Construction begins Oct. 20 on the development, to be anchored by a Whole Foods Market.

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Landscape architect behind several TCU landmarks acquired

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AquaMost unveils product for chemical-free water treatment
 
 
A. Lee Graham
Reporter
 
AquaMost Inc., whose board of directors includes Fort Worth-based Holland Services CEO Robert Gaudin, has unveiled a new product providing the oil and gas industry chemical-free water treatment.
 
The system, already deployed in Texas, Colorado and Utah locations, represents the latest water-treatment tool for exploration and production companies.
 
Earlier this year, AquaMost said the device outperformed chemical biocide treatment methods, killing more types of bacteria for less money and without requiring the purchase, storage, handling and insurance of chemicals.
 
“The SX reactor system allows operators to both lower cost and increase performance while maximizing operator safety through reducing chemical use,” said AquaMost CEO Todd Asmuth in a news release.
 
“This is a chemical-free biocide that can handle different water types and flow rates with little or no operator interaction,” Asmuth said.
According to AquaMost, the device can handle fresh, brackish and saltwater, as well as source, flowback and produced water.
 
AquaMost, based in Madison, Wis., makes water treatment products for the oil and gas industry. More information is available atwww.aquamost.com.
 
Privately owned Holland Services helps oil and gas companies acquire, sell and develop land and mineral rights. More information is available at www.hollandservices.com.
 
 
lgraham@bizpress.net
 

 

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