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  • Failed septic systems recovered with AquaClean

    Ecological Laboratories Inc. 2003 Douglas Dent Background – Mr. John Cocker operates Cocker Plumbing, located at 16380 288 Street, Homestead, Florida. John’s business includes service to commercial facilities, food facilities, apartment and residential systems. He routinely provides service that includes the maintenance of facility effluent lines, grease traps and absorption fields. ...


    By BluePlanet Labs

  • Benefits of Grease Traps for Restaurant kitchens

    Grease traps interceptors are composed mainly to solve the problem linked to grease retain under the drain pipes of the sink of kitchen. The amount of grease is more in restaurants kitchen or in commercial area kitchens as the foam load is no doubt in a great extent than residential ones. Grease trap for restaurant ...


    By Hydra International Ltd

  • Case Study - Najar Constructione

    Key facts Company Constructoro Najar Location Sotomayor, 430, Castro Chile Web www.najar.cl Simon Moos solution KSA-Mobile sludge dewatering Customer profile Najar Construcciones are a small family business ...


    By Simon Moos Maskinfabrik A/S

  • Mono gives berger homes a lift

    The system, comprising a Mono Trihammer macerator and progressing cavity pump with single motor drive, overcomes the otherwise problematic geography of the site, in respect of sewage collection and transfer to the main sewer. The Grifter Packaged Pump system is installed in a compact, insulated, glass fibre, reinforced, plastic kiosk situated alongside the new building, and remains extremely ...

  • Sustainable wastewater separation treatment systems coupled with nutrient and water reducing greywater reuse technologies

    Nationally and internationally, pressure is increasing to introduce nutrient reducing, water conserving and recycling measures for sustainable residential and small community water/wastewater systems. Reports of inadequate water quality and quantity are being reported daily. Over the past thirty years the federal government and State of Alaska have invested over 4 billion dollars installing piped ...


    By Equaris Corporation

  • Becoming a Zero Emissions Brewery

    Diverting 600 tons annually from landfills turn hops, grains, pallets, cardboard, glass, office paper and shrink wrap into major savings — and great beer! ALMOST AS FAMOUS for reducing its waste as for making great beer, Mad River Brewing Company of Blue Lake, California is renowned for its Steelhead and Jamaica ales as well as its ten Waste Reduction Awareness Program (WRAP) awards ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Skimming Oily Wastewater

    As large generators of oily wastewater tighten effluent controls, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is targeting smaller generators. Some of the firms receiving their attention are smaller manufacturing plants, automotive garages, mobile equipment service shops and truck farms. Many of these firms do not have access to a sanitary sewer system that will accept oily wastewater. Because ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • Wastewater Mining and Reuse: Creating Benign Future Scenarios

    Wastewater mining: In addition to being perhaps the most uninviting combination of words, it sounds like a most unlikely idea. But for almost 30 years, Aqueonics, now headquartered in Greenville, SC, has pioneered such systems, starting in the ’80s, with its first wastewater mining project. For that project, Aqueonics provided an onsite or decentralized treatment system for a developer in ...


    By Aqueonics, Inc.

  • What will it take to get plastics out of the ocean?

    From drones to filters to artificial islands, innovators are working to reduce the threat thousands of tons of trash pose to marine ecosystems. A few palm trees stand strong in the salty breeze. Located on the southern tip of the Pacific island chain of Hawaii, Kamilo Beach is an isolated stretch of black volcanic shoreline in the middle of nowhere. Just a few hundred yards ...


    By Ensia

  • Kay Armstrong Corners the Market in Hazardous Waste Cleanups and Community Relations

    The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA) created the Hazardous Substance Superfund. It was intended to be a short-term program that would spend $1.6 billion over five years to clean up 400 hazardous sites around the country. Instead, more than $17 billion has been spent and only 212 sites (15% of the 1,439 listed since its inception) have been ...


    By ARMSTRONG and Associates

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