WRT/RMD Receives Wisconsin Radioactive Materials License for Radium and Uranium Removal from Drinking Water

Wheat Ridge, CO – The Wisconsin Department of Health & Family Services (WDHFS) issued Radioactive Materials License #025-2032-01 to R.M.D. Operations, LLC, a Water Remediation Technology, LLC (WRT) sister company, to remove radium and uranium from drinking water. WRT removes radium and uranium from water using its Z-88® and Z-92® proprietary Treatment Processes.

This license allows RMD to handle and remove the contaminant loaded treatment media, eliminating the need for water providers to obtain their own license. The WRT approach significantly limits the long term liability for the water provider. This multi-site license allows for the operation of all WRT/RMD systems in Wisconsin. Individual water providers will register under RMD’s license through a straightforward documentation process.

WRT provides an environmentally sound solution for the removal of radium and uranium from drinking water using their proprietary treatment processes.

WRT’s process equipment and long-term, full service agreements include treatment media, the radioactive licensing, training, handling and disposal of treatment residuals on a guaranteed cost per gallon basis. WRT/RMD has radioactive materials licenses already issued in several agreement states, as well as a NRC uranium treatment license for non-agreement states, where full scale systems and pilots are operating.

The issuance of this license takes WRT one step closer to being the premier company removing radioactive and other select contaminants from water sources, by providing cost effective, long term, total solutions, including the environmentally safe disposal of residuals.

For more information about WRT, go to www.wrtnet.com or contact Ron Dollar at 303-424-5355.


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