Water for Industry

Water for Industry

Industrial water refers to water that is used in industrial processes such as manufacturing, power generation, and mining. This type of water can come from various sources such borehole or utility water supplies.

On occasion, these sources can be interrupted or contaminated. During these periods a temporary, alternative source needs to be called upon.

Temporary Water Solutions Limited provides:

  • Contingency Planning Services, to help mitigate the effects of any incident
  • Scaleable, assured response with assets
  • Bulk water deliveries by water tanker or water bowser
  • Temporary water storage tanks
  • Temporary high volume water pumps
  • Temporary water supply networks
  • Quality assured, mains water meeting UK Water Regulations
  • Demineralised water

Providing a temporary water supply for industries that require help with a water loss or contamination issue, or indeed temporary projects which require an unusually high volume of water, unable to be matched by their current supply, there are a number considerations when planning a temporary water supply for industry:

  1. Determine water needs: Determine how much water will be needed for the duration of the project, taking into account factors such as the size of the project, the number of workers on site, and the specific processes requiring water.
  2. Identify water sources: Identify available water sources, such as municipal water, well water, or surface water. Determine whether a permit is required to use the water source, and ensure that the water is safe for the intended use.
  3. Choose temporary water storage options: Determine the best storage option for the water, such as portable water tanks or bladders. Consider factors such as cost, ease of use, and accessibility.
  4. Install temporary water distribution system: Install a distribution system to transport water from the storage source to the areas where it is needed. Consider factors such as the distance between the storage source and the work area, as well as the type of equipment needed to distribute the water.
  5. Ensure safety: Ensure that the temporary water supply system is installed safely and in compliance with local regulations. Consider factors such as the potential for water contamination and the risk of injury from equipment used to transport and distribute the water.
 
If you would like help to plan a response to any water loss or contamination scenario, or increase in demand, please call us on 0800 001 6041 or email info@temporarywatersolutions.co.uk

Do you need temporary water supply?

Please call us on 0800 001 6041 to discuss you needs. Alternatively, email us on info@temporarywatersolutions.co.uk