HaloSource, Rain for Rent alliance to deliver enhanced water filtration solutions

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July 18, 2014 -- A new strategic partnership has recently been formed between HaloSource® and Rain for Rent® to provide customers with a single-source filtration solution that cost-effectively meets water discharge standards on their jobsites in an environmentally responsible way.

The HaloKlear portfolio of eco-friendly polymer technologies addresses a wide variety of pollutants and contaminant types, including total suspended solids (TSS), algae, hydrocarbons, heavy metals, oils, and organic compounds. The partnership is targeting a significant share of the $1.9-billion domestic market for flocculent chemicals, focused on construction, environmental, simple mining, and industrial applications.

Strategies to obtain this business include digital marketing targeting new and existing Rain for Rent customers, lead sharing and co-branding proposals and marketing materials. Rain for Rent and HaloSource have already teamed up on projects demonstrating they can cost-effectively deliver turnkey water management solutions, including the following:

  • The I-405 Expansion in Los Angeles, CA: Treating slurry on-site saves construction/engineering company 65 percent in project costs, or $148,000/month, compared to trucking to off-site treatment facilities. The treatment system also allows the construction company to reuse the water in their hydro-excavating process.
  • St. Croix River Crossing Project, WI & MN: Joint Department of Transport road and bridge construction job successfully managed a high-profile, environmentally-sensitive river project.
  • San Francisco BART Extension, CA: A multiyear project that utilizes HaloKlear Dual Polymer System, an all-natural, patented, 100-percent biodegradable biopolymer. The project allows for local stormwater discharge and delivers a significant savings in water management, storage and disposal.


  • St. Croix River Crossing Project, WI & MN


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About HaloSource, Inc.

Founded in Seattle, Washington, HaloSource has grown to become an influential leader in three key sectors: drinking water purification, recreational water, and environmental water treatment and remediation. HaloPure®, SeaKlear® and HaloKlear® are the distinct brands that optimize the unique chemistry platforms across these primary sectors. For more information, visit www.HaloSource.com.

About Rain for Rent

Rain for Rent is a provider of temporary liquid handling solutions including pumps, tanks, and filtration and spill containment. Projects range from flood relief to construction site dewatering, sewer bypasses and industrial plant turnarounds. The company is known for its systems engineering expertise and its ability to tackle complex jobs cost effectively, providing an exceptionally high value. Family owned and operated since 1934, it serves all 50 states and Canada from over 60 locations. For more information, visit www.rainforrent.com.

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