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Vol. 15, No. 38 Week of September 19, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Arctic Directory: Garness offers advanced wastewater treatment

Garness Engineering Group said July 12 that it is pleased to offer a revolutionary advanced treatment method, using open-cell foam technology to effectively treat wastewater to secondary standards. The heart of the Synergy system is the proven performance of the AeroCell open-cell foam cubes. Each system is designed and constructed with simplicity in mind. Electrical and moving parts are minimal and daily operational costs are significantly lower than more complex technologies almost 80 percent lower than activated sludge of membrane technologies. Ease of operation and less maintenance allows increased economic benefits to the owner. The process does not require regular wasting of sludge and there are no complex chemical feed systems. Synergy systems are available in two standard modules that can treat from 2,500 to 5,000 gpd. Multiple modules can be used for larger flows. The insulated trailer enclosures are available on wheels or skids and are particularly well-suited for use in Alaska. For more information please call 907-337-6179.



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