Hawaii’s state Capitol building in Honolulu and a Guam resort have contracted water treatment systems from VRTX in Schertz, Texas, a chemical-free water treatment company that specializes in cooling towers and evaporative condensers.
The Capitol, situated near two war memorials that draw tourists, wanted to
save water and maintain a safe environment for visitors. The water treatment
system allowed operators to increase the cycles of concentration from 2.1 to
four, saving the facility an estimated 2.5 million gal of water
annually, according to VRTX.
The Pacific Islands Club resort will convert its air-cooled system to a
water-cooled one with VRTX’s nonchemical cooling-water treatment. Because Guam
has poor water quality, cooling systems usually operate at low cycles of
concentration. The VRTX equipment will reduce water and chemical costs.
Capitol Building, Resort Use Chemical-Free Water Treatment
January 14, 2009