Biosolid Installation Process Completed
Eco Sciences has completed the installation of is patented SolarOrganite Biosolids process at Lake Yale Baptist Assembly that will help them manage their capital cost, energy use, conservation, carbon footprint and sludge disposal needs.
The company says the facility will save money and reduce its carbon footprint while saving on transportation, energy cost and other disposal costs. Using the new technology, the end product from the wastewater sludge is a Class AA/EQ (Exceptional Quality) Biosolids fertilizer, meaning it can be reused without risk to people health or the environment.
Only natural sunlight is used with this process to create energy to dry the wastewater sludge and through the patented SolarOrganite process, biosolids are dried/pasteurized with the increase in the processing temperatures that destroy all pathogens and remove all vector attraction, meeting all state and federal regulations. Particulates from the end process are converted to a safe Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services licensed slow release fertilizer and can be used safely in agriculture, lawns or landscaping.
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