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ETS 2010 | Insitu Bioremediation for Grease Interceptors - Part 3

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Published on Jul 12, 2010

"Insitu Bioremediation for Grease Interceptors" - Dr. Markus Lenger, Hydrologix® Systems, LLC - Part 3 of 4

Hydrologix® Systems LLC has been awarded US Patent No. 7,615,156, Device for In-Situ Bioremediation of Liquid Waste, the first to achieve commercial success with our Hydrologix® Grease Reduction System's treatment of kitchen and sewage wastewater, at the source or "in-situ". This makes the Hydrologix® Grease Reduction System the 'greenest' and most cost effective way today to handle disposal of foul industrial, domestic and agricultural wastewater.

In effect the GRS is a computerized-controlled mini wastewater treatment plant that reduces the potentially hazardous wastewater producing lethal H2S gases, to the harmless by-products of water and CO2. Remote monitoring and live camera feeds help ensure a trouble free performance and optimum reliability. The Hydrologix® GRS's patented technology is a unique system that provides a thriving culture of specially blended microorganisms to instantly digest the liquid waste right in the holding tank, usually a city mandated grease interceptor. The challenge in the past was how to maintain the organisms in such a harsh environment (one that even disintegrates stainless steel) and ensure continuous robust growth, a challenge only Hydrologix® has overcome.

This presents a phenomenal leap forward for the wastewater industry worldwide, which is struggling for more cost effective and sustainable ways to manage the ever-growing waste problem and offload aging city wastewater treatment plants. In San Diego County, installations are going forward through GreenTek, Inc., a California contractor. And in Orange County other installations have been in place for nearly seven years.

A PDF of the PowerPoint can be downloaded at http://www.iapmo.org/Pages/EmergingTe...

This presentation was part of the 2010 International Emerging Technology Symposium, a two-day event that provided participants with an opportunity to view presentations and engage in timely discussions on how the water utility, manufacturing, engineering, and trade industries have found solutions through emerging technologies in the water efficiency, plumbing and mechanical industries.

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