Water is quite literally the essence of life. The United Nations predicts that the world's population will reach 8 billion by 2024 and more than 9 billion by 2040. Whether it's water for drinking, cleaning, agriculture, or economic productivity, every one of these people needs clean water for survival. And, as water is such a finite natural resource, we must take care to move it, capture it, and treat it in manners that reduce the possibility of adding pollutants or wasting it.
Whether you are involved with a wastewater, stormwater, or potable water project, working with a product manufacturer who can supply more than the individual products is important. CRH works with developers, architects, and general contractors early on water projects to find a systems-based approach to meet the needs of the entire project team and the public while following all best management practices (BMPs).
Wastewater is any water contaminated by human influence, and with the growing population placing a higher demand on natural resources, wastewater treatment is more important than ever. Wastewater needs treated before it is released back into nature to minimize the impact on the environment, wildlife, and human health.
Sewage must be moved miles to wastewater treatment plants. Pipes, manholes, and lift/pump stations are all integral to the conveyance of it. CRH manufactures these products in addition to dry wells, wet wells, and septic tanks to meet your needs.
Food Service Establishments
Fats, oils, and grease (FOG) that are created from commercial restaurants and kitchens can damage the public sewer system. For the health and safety of the public, grease interceptors are used to separate the FOG from other liquid and solids. CRH grease interceptors include innovative, high-performance features which, when combined with BMPs, will significantly reduce the amount of FOG entering the sewer system. Additionally, proper ventilation and regular maintenance will reduce bacterial growth and acidic PH levels which are common in wastewater applications.