Clean Earth Technology, Inc.
lean Earth Technology has designed and manufactured groundwater remediation equipment based on a completely unique sensing technology that enables our systems to recover free phase petroleum products without pumping any water. The interface sensors used in Clean Earth Technology’s equipment are a unique spin-off of this technology, setting it in a league of its own in the environmental industry. Since then, our systems have been hard at work, successfully restoring thousands of underground aquifers all over the world.
Clean Earth Technology, Inc. was founded in 1990 by Dave and Carol Bowles, the owners of Bowles Corporation, an OEM manufacturing firm incorporated in 1983. Both Dave and Carol are engineers who worked at a nearby aerospace firm before starting their own company, and were familiar with NASA spacecraft fuel gauging technology.
Clean Earth Technology is located in North Ferrisburgh, in the heart of the “Green Valley of Vermont”. We’re proud to be an active participant in the Vermont tradition of caring for the precious natural resources of this planet we all share.
For lightweight LNAPLS and DNAPLS, the Magnum Spill Buster is our automatic recovery system, working 24/7 to efficiently remove the maximum amount of product in the shortest time possible.
We also offer a range of explosion proof options for the Magnum Spill Buster that are compliant with NEC 2011, Section 500, for use in Class 1, Div 1 hazardous locations.
For heavier products up to #6 oils, our new High Viscosity Magnum Spill Buster combines our sensor module with a sturdy pneumatic pump.
If you make regular site visits where product accumulates more slowly, our Spill Buddy portable reel system gives you a battery operated option to quickly and effectively pump available free product from a number of wells.
Proudly Made in the USA
We have an experienced, knowledgeable staff who take pride in supporting everything we sell with freely available technical support and excellent service. We’re glad to act as a resource for you as you plan your next groundwater remediation project.