Waterfleet

FAQ

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Have more questions about the WaterFleet Systems? Check out these frequently asked questions from our customers. If you still can’t find what you are looking for, please contact us! We are happy to answer your questions.

Can I buy Waterfleet systems?

WaterFleet is a service business that provides potable water production, sewage processing for beneficial reuse, and mobile restroom and breakroom facilities. We provide these services on daily rental or long term contracts, but we do not sell our systems.

How much are your services?

We provide our services, in most cases, for a flat rate per day or per month. We are generally less expensive compared to traditional “haul in, haul out” services, while providing exceptionally better quality and service. The rate depends on the area and other factors, so please contact us to learn more.

Do I still need to haul in water and haul out sewer if I use your systems?

In most cases, the answer is NO! We use your site well water supply, or imported raw water, to produce the potable water and deliver it to your points of need.

All of the sewage that is collected at the site will be processed by our mobile reclaim system, The Reclaimer Rig. On occasion, we choose to vacuum out our system, but that is handled by WaterFleet internally and is not ordered or paid for by the operator.

Where can The Water Rig and Reclaimer be used?

WaterFleet systems are designed to be used on remote work sites that are populated on a temporary basis. Our systems are not intended for permanent or semi-permanent camps.

How do you know that our water source is safe to use?

The Water Rig is designed to handle well water sources up to 12,000 ppm TDS with high levels of salinity, dissolved contaminants, suspended solids, and organic contamination such as bacteria and algae. We will run a raw water analysis to determine the levels of contamination, however, we always run finished results to verify that our water meets the necessary criteria for contact and consumption.

How will I know the water you provide is safe to use?

WaterFleet systems monitor the distribution water quality continuously and log that quality for reference. We provide our customers with reports of the quality and usage, so you will always have a record of the water quality provided. We also monitor all of our systems remotely, 24/7/365 and will know if the quality begins to fall out of acceptable range. Nevertheless, if the water quality falls outside of standards, our systems shut down automatically and notify us.

Where do you provide services?

For our Oil and Gas customers, WaterFleet can provide services in Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana, and Oklahoma from our operational bases in those areas. We can provide services outside of these areas in special cases. For construction or emergency services, WaterFleet can mobilize our equipment wherever you need, ranging from urban to remote environments. We work domestically and internationally. Contact us to find out more!