Newterra Rentals and Emergency Response
At Newterra, we continue to expand our 100+ rental fleet of process systems and components to accommodate water treatment equipment needs that are short term, require a rapid response, or are not within current capital budgets.
A Wide Range of Solutions
Site Remediation: A full range of systems and equipment, from multi-phase extraction systems to catalytic oxidizers, oil/water separators and more.
Construction Dewatering: our rental fleet includes water processing systems treating flows to 500 gpm as well as pumps, tanks and other accessories for contaminated construction dewatering projects.
For our customers in Ontario, Canada Newterra maintains a number of ECA environmental permits to allow discharge direct of treated water to surface or storm. Call us for more information.
Pilot Systems: Short term pilot studies can offer the most reliable method for determining site requirements and specifications of full scale, long term solutions. Our rental fleet includes a wide selection of large and small systems optimized for piloting.
Why Buy When You Can Rent Instead?
Quick Turnaround: Awaiting a new-build solution isn’t always an option. In fact, in some cases, it can take up to 6 months to get the proper system in place
Short Timeframe: The treatment equipment will only be needed for a short timeline (i.e. less than 1 year), so renting can be a more economical solution.
Lack of Capital: You may not have the capital budget available to purchase the equipment at the moment.
Use What You Need: Since it’s a rental, there is no need to worry about what to do with the costly equipment no longer needed after the project is complete.
Peace of Mind: All Newterra equipment is tested before shipping and is comes under warranty for the duration of the operation. In addition, all Newterra rental systems can include an optional Service & Maintenance Contract to maximize your system’s performance. See Here.
Assistance in Permitting: Being respected industry experts, Newterra can assist in ECA environmental permit for the province of Ontario to discharge. In fact, Newterra maintains a number of ECA environmental permits to allow discharge direct of treated water to surface or storm.