We are thrilled to be working with TDH
Sanford, Florida (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
TDH is well known in the south for their experience in the municipal public works water and wastewater industries. TDH’s water and wastewater experience covers various phases of water and wastewater treatment. TDH’s experience in, and knowledge of, the water and wastewater market has given them a proven track record in providing solutions to wastewater treatment plant owners and operators. They are well positioned to represent the MaxWest gasification technology in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and the Florida panhandle. “We are thrilled to be working with TDH and are looking forward to working with them as we expand our operations,” says MaxWest Chief Marketing Officer, Jeff Snyder.
Doug Blackman, an owner of The TDH Company, had this to say, “The TDH Company is very excited to be affiliated with MaxWest Environmental Systems. MaxWest offers our customers in the Southeast a “green technology” alternative for the treatment of biosolids. Our company has always looked for business partners that are on the leading edge of technology. We think we have a found a great business partner with MaxWest. We look forward to a long lasting relationship.
About MaxWest Environmental Systems, Inc.
MaxWest operates the only commercially-proven, dedicated biosolids gasification facility in the United States. The facility has served commercial customers since 2009, processing over 23,000 wet tons of biosolids. The proprietary biosolids gasification system applies a thermo-chemical conversion of the wastewater residuals to generate thermal energy. This renewable energy is then recovered to reduce or eliminate other energy sources, providing energy savings and biosolids destruction for customers.
The MaxWest Biosolids Gasification System offers a safe, cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional biosolids management options: incineration, landfill, and land application. The disposal of biosolids is a growing burden on communities due to stricter permitting requirements, increased landfill tip fees, volatile energy prices, and high transportation costs—all of which create cost uncertainty. The MaxWest technology provides a sustainable and cost-effective biosolids management option and reduces the inlet volume by over ninety percent.