Rain for Rent Partners With HaloSource

July 21, 2014

The partnership is designed to help customers meet environmental regulatory requirements

Rain for Rent HaloSource partnership

HaloSource and Rain for Rent have signed a strategic partnership to provide customers with enhanced water filtration solutions. This alliance delivers customers a single-source solution that meets water discharge standards on their jobsites in an environmentally responsible way.

The HaloKlear portfolio of polymer technologies addresses a variety of pollutants and contaminant types including total suspended solids, algae, hydrocarbons, heavy metals, oils and organic compounds. The strategic partnership is targeting a significant share of the $1.9 billion domestic market for flocculent chemicals, focused in construction, environmental, simple mining and industrial applications. Strategies to win more of that business include digital marketing targeting new and existing Rain for Rent customers, lead sharing and co-branding proposals and marketing materials. 

Rain for Rent’s specialty is delivering complete water management systems, including pumps, pipe, tanks and filtration backed by engineering and sales expertise. 

Rain for Rent and HaloSource have already teamed up on projects, including:

  • The I-405 Expansion in Los Angeles — Treating slurry on site saved the construction/engineering company 65% in project costs, or $148,000 per month compared to trucking to offsite treatment facilities. The treatment system also allows the construction company to reuse the water in its hydro-excavating process.
  • St. Croix River Crossing Project, Wisconsin and Minnesota — This Joint Department of Transportation road and bridge construction job successfully managed a high-profile, environmentally sensitive river project.
  • San Francisco BART Extension — This multiyear project utilized HaloKlear Dual Polymer System, a 100% biodegradable biopolymer. The project allows for local storm water discharge and delivers a significant savings in water management, storage and disposal.

Source:

HaloSource

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