Green Wastewater Treatment Technology Projects To Save New Customers $500,000 Per Year
July 8, 2010
WHEATON, IL - In-Pipe Technology® Company, Inc. announced recently that economic, performance, and operational pressures placed on municipal wastewater treatment plants are forcing Administrators to find new ways of optimizing existing infrastructure. Municipalities looking to improve the economics and efficiency of treatment seek cost-effective solutions to wastewater challenges without capital expansion. In-Pipe Technology Company, Inc offers sustainable solutions through the utilization of existing infrastructure with a natural, biological process. With the installation of 6 new projects in 6 cities across the US and Mexico in the first quarter of 2010, In-Pipe provides a cost-effective solution to many wastewater treatment challenges. "In-Pipe has effectively increased its install base in North America by 100% over the last nine months," said John Williams, President & CEO. "Keep an eye on In-Pipe because there is a definite buzz in the marketplace."
In-Pipe offers a service that targets no net cost for municipal customers. In-Pipe projects to save these customers over $500,000 per year in cumulative net cost savings for operational and maintenance expenses. New customers include a global leader in water and wastewater contract operations, Forcis S.A. de C.V. (under contract to Monterrey, NL), the Town of Farmington, CT, and the City of Jackson, MS.
In-Pipe's patented technology includes regularly adding a high concentration formulation of facultative, naturally-occurring, non-pathogenic bacteria to strategic locations throughout the sewer system in accordance with an engineered plan. This requires zero capital cost and no additional energy requirement. Performance in the collection system provides increased additional capacity within the plant, forestalls costly upgrades, and extends the life of the existing infrastructure.
In-Pipe Technology offers specialized technical expertise, strong customer understating, and deep resource knowledge. Since In-Pipe uses natural, biological methods that work with the treatment plants' own processes, In-Pipe is a sustainable solution - environmentally and economically.