Beachwood, OH (PRWEB) April 15, 2013
Spartan Environmental Technologies, a company based in Beachwood, Ohio, announced its contract to supply Kentucky State University’s (KSU) Aquaculture program with an ozone water treatment system to transform an old waste water treatment facility in Winchester, Kentucky.
KSU developed a solution to repurpose an old wastewater treatment facility into a fishery, and will be using Spartan’s SPARTOXTM ozone water technology. The SPARTOXTM system is part of the overall treatment for the wastewater produced in the process to create an appropriate environment to raise fish.
The fishery will generate no waste as the water will cycle right back to the new treatment plant and the biosolids can be used as fertilizer. If the new aquaculture process is successful, they hope to replicate their solution with other former plants in the area.
This innovative project is not only bio-sustainable but also will create jobs in the region, save demolition costs and generate revenue. You can learn more about the KSU project at http://www.paddlefishfarming.com.
Spartan is excited to be a part of this innovative research effort.
About Spartan Environmental Technologies
Spartan has expertise in integrating ozone and other advanced oxidation systems to solve water treatment problems. This experience in ozone system process engineering makes integration from engineering to startup as seamless as possible. All our systems, from small skid mounted units to larger systems, incorporate the latest in computer controlled automation that not only aids in safe and consistent operation but provides the ability to make tie-ins to a facilities overall process control system. For more information, please visit http://www.spartanwatertreatment.com.