Circul8 Systems

Complete mixing of a pond or tank. Establish phototrophic bacteria for the stabilization of organic material in water. Nutrient matching to environmental needs, specifically for crop production and carbon sequestration. Break down of organic compounds. Pathogen reduction through biological competition. Reduction and elimination of methane production by establishing strong beneficial microbial populations. Phototrophic purple sulfur bacteria & others. The establishment of beneficial biological systems protects people, animals, and our air, soil and water.

Company details

28598 North Riffe Road , Reardan , WA 99029 USA

Locations Served

Business Type:
Technology
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)
Year Founded:
1996
Employees:
1-10
Turnover:
1,000,000 - 10,000,000 €

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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CIRCUL8 Systems™ designs systems that do everything possible to duplicate what would and should happen in Nature. Another way of saying that is: We want Nature's best microbes, for the job, to 'show up and go to work for us'. Therefore we do everything possible to give the microbes the best working conditions possible, so that they can tackle the need at that location.

If the goal is disposal, you are talking to the wrong people!

If the goal is doing what is best environmentally, while addressing social, economic and operational issues, then you are in the right place.

How do we design a system?

We get all of the facts, and we mean all the facts, so that we can develop real solutions for the long term.

One thing to remember; We are dealing with naturally occurring elements, many of which are considered essential nutrients for life itself. How we care for them will have a dramatic affect on the results of our efforts.

1-  Evaluate the current facility
2-  Establish the appropriate goals with the owners
3-  Develop a plan of action to reach those goals

Owners and management teams are surprised to learn how many things they are doing which are taking them the wrong direction.  A business should make changes that will take the operation to desirable outcomes.

The list of goals for every operation will be different, yet very similar because most operations have followed the flawed models promoted by the USDA and universities.

Can progress be made in a short time.  Absolutely!

Is the progress costly?  The ROI is normally faster than any other investment that the business can make.

The changes help to bring the operation into “environmental compliance” while improving profitability.  That is possible because valuable nutrients are recovered and not allowed to become environmental pollutants.