Jacksonville, Florida (PRWEB) October 15, 2013
BCR Environmental announced today that the City of Deltona has executed a contract to install a Neutralizer® system at the City’s greenfield Eastern Water Reclamation Facility.
BCR’s Neutralizer® solution is a simple, scalable, environmentally responsible, and cost-effective solution to managing wastewater residuals. The solution has a long and successful track record of saving communities money and reducing the operating headaches and risks of wastewater residuals treatment. The final product produced by Neutralizer® treatment is a high-quality soil amendment suitable for a variety of agricultural and landscaping applications.
"We are pleased that BCR is able to provide the City of Deltona with a complete biosolids treatment solution that will benefit the City economically and environmentally," said Aaron Zahn, BCR President and CEO. "The Neutralizer® installation will simplify the City’s wastewater treatment operations and lower overall costs and risks."
The Neutralizer® system was chosen over thermal dryers, lime stabilization and pasteurization systems, and traditional digestion. City staff and consulting engineers determined that the Neutralizer® solution had the lowest overall lifecycle costs and provided superior odor management, regulatory compliance, and sludge volume reduction. In addition, it will produce a high-quality soil amendment with proven water conservation and slow release nutrient qualities.
About BCR Environmental
BCR Environmental Corporation is a U.S. based total biosolids solutions company focused on providing industry-revolutionizing solutions that convert biosolids and organic wastes into safe, valuable, and marketable products. Our Company and all of our solutions are based on the principals of simplicity, scalability, environmental responsibility, and economic viability. BCR’s patented solutions include CleanB™, CleanB-AC™, and Neutralizer®. Our solutions eliminate odors and reduce capital and budgetary constraints. Each solution is designed to overcome the economy of scale limitations and operating complexity of traditional biosolids and organic waste management solutions.