Clay County Utility Authority and BCR Environmental Continue To Walk The Talk On Earth Day

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Clay County Utility Authority and BCR Environmental continue their successful two year partnership by opening two more bio-solid treatment facilities. Fleming Island Florida and Ridaught Landing Florida have recently gone online and are exceeding expectations. These green, low energy plants are leading the way in beneficial reuse.

I am extremely pleased with the result of the BCR product

Continuing its successful two-year partnership with Jacksonville based wastewater and water reuse company, BCR Environmental, the Clay County Utility Authority (CCUA) has gone online with two new bio-solid treatment facilities; one at Fleming Island, the other at Ridaught Landing. Using BCR's patented Neutralizer® process the CCUA has achieved significant reductions in energy use, hauling costs, odors and truck traffic around the plants while becoming one of Florida's leading counties in sustainable water reuse. In addition, local farmers are using all bio-solids produced by these plants for soil amendment and fertilizer.

"The Neutralizer® is working as we had hoped it would," says CCUA Executive Director, Ray Avery. "It is a model that closes the loop in an efficient and sustainable way so that nothing is wasted; it is saving us money and helping the environment."

Using a patented delivery system BCR Environmental's Neutralizer® allows both plants to produce a class AA fertilizer in less than eight hours. Local farmer Wyman Griffis then picks up the residuals and beneficially applies them to his land. This has allowed him to reduce his dependence on commercial fertilizer and increase the hydrology of his soil. "I am extremely pleased with the result of the BCR product," says Griffis. " It has reduced my fertilizer cost and increased my productivity."

"We appreciate our relationship with the Clay County Utility Authority because they share our understanding that doing what is right for business can also be what is right for the environment," asserts BCR Environmental CEO Nicholas Stonestreet. "Ray and his team have done a great job for the citizens of Clay County. They have developed and executed upon a cost effective and sustainable "green" strategy for water and wastewater treatment. A lot of people are talking about the environment; they have done something about it."

BCR Environmental is a Florida-based water and wastewater treatment company dedicated to developing technology for the efficient recycling of all wastewater. Their three industry revolutionizing systems, Neutralizer®, CleanBTM and CleanstreamTM are currently used in treatment facilities in the United States and Mexico. For more information regarding BCR's products and services go to http://www.bcrenvironmental.com.

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