White Paper: Finding New Solutions for Water Quality Challenges Using NO-DES, Inc. Water Main Flushing Technology and Patented Reverse Flow Process

Five Case Studies, One Solution

Dear Water Professional,

The Neutral Output Discharge Elimination System (NO-DES) reverse flow process (Figure 1) is an environmentally friendly alternative to the wasteful methods of flushing potable drinking water mains through conventional or unidirectional flushing programs.

Instead of opening fire hydrants, which allows water to flow freely into the streets and be wasted, the NO-DES reverse flow process connects a mobile filtration unit between two hydrants creating an above ground loop and circulates the water to scour the insides of the water main.

This white paper reviews the patented NO-DES, Inc. reverse flow process, as compared to conventional flushing methods, and provides a valuable starting point for both private and public municipalities when considering solutions for their distribution water quality challenges.

This white paper will present and discuss five case studies where NO-DES, Inc. exceeded customers’ expectations by providing services in addition to water conservation.

Find out how the NO-DES reverse flow process is uniquely positioned to improve both private and public municipality distribution water main flushing programs.

When you read “New Solutions for Water Quality Challenges,” you will:

  • Discover how to avoid National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) issues AND save millions of gallons of water
  • Learn how to remove particulates and heavy concentrations of sand from water mains without wasting water
  • Find out how this patented NO-DES technology solves nitrification issues and removes biofilm
  • See how NO-DES was used as a diagnostic tool for finding closed distribution valves

If any of these questions intrigue you…if there’s anything in the water main flushing field you think you still have to learn…download this FREE white paper now.


Forester Media,

Publishers of Water Efficiency

P.S. This white paper is exclusive to Water Efficiency readers.


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