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Market-proven water filtration solutions for industrial applications

Water from a variety of industrial applications often requires filtration of various contaminants, such as hydrocarbons, metals, and other constituents. Audubon provides a robust portfolio of on-site water treatment solutions to ensure that you meet your productivity goals and adhere to stringent regulatory and environmental standards.

Using customized turnkey trailer-mounted water treatment systems, our units can be quickly deployed to meet your timeline. Audubon’s technical experts combine innovative filtration technologies, engineering, and industry experience to remove contaminants from water while meeting discharge permit limitations and exceeding safety standards.

Serving many industries with diverse applications, we help clients across the United States

  • ensure regulatory compliance
  • reduce transportation and disposal costs
  • improve productivity and operational efficiencies
  • optimize safety and lower risk
  • achieve zero liquid discharge

From initial planning and permit requests to final project reporting and beyond, Audubon is committed to delivering quality water treatment solutions that address the unique challenges of today’s heavy industries including energy and chemicals; utilities; infrastructure, stormwater, wastewater, chemical, waste management, remediation, mining, and paper manufacturing.

Partner with hydrotest water treatment experts

If you are hydrotesting new, in-service, or unpiggable pipelines, you might be paying too much for water management. Filtering hydrotest water on-site can save considerable time and money. Audubon’s water sourcing, filtration, and discharge solutions can help you achieve compliance and increase efficiency within your budget and timeline.

We offer a wide range of water-sourcing solutions. Our team’s footprint provides national contacts and knowledge to successfully acquire, store, and provide numerous options for water sourcing and filling.

Key insights and benefits

  • If you plan to haul off more than 100,000 gallons of water, consider filtration for on-site discharge. It’s typically half the cost of transporting to a wastewater disposal facility.
  • Audubon’s filtration can keep up with the dewatering of your pipeline, eliminating the need for frac tanks.
  • Audubon’s mobile water treatment systems provide discharge flow rates of 100–5,000 gallons per minute.
  • Audubon filters tracer dye out of hydrotest water without using chemicals.


  • Delivery and setup
  • System operation
  • Environmental permitting
  • Water sampling
  • Media sale and servicing
  • Media disposal and recycling
  • Discharge monitoring (laboratory and field testing)
  • Final project reporting and analysis
  • Temporary systems for wastewater equipment outages
  • Temporary above-ground storage tank (AST) rentals (250,000–3,000,000 gallons)


  • Pipeline and AST hydrostatic test water filtration
  • Tank hydrotesting
  • Trench water treatment
  • Storm water treatment
  • Ground water remediation
  • Tank bottom water treatment
  • Coal ash pond closures
  • Water reuse

Filtration Capabilities

  • Hydrocarbons
  • PFAS, PFOS, and PFOAs
  • PCBs
  • VOCs
  • Suspended solids
  • Chlorinating and dechlorinating water
  • Removal of tracer dyes without the use of chemicals
  • Metals removal

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