Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) May 23, 2013
The newly announced Evapolet products are available in two different configurations including those that process organic waste through flush water recycling systems (toilets/bathrooms) and those that only provide organic waste treatment (restaurants, food processing). Key benefits to customers include the fact that no sewer or plumbing hookups are required. Because waste is converted to water, no dumping is required.
Another key feature of the Evapolet® systems is that they require no septic tank. They operate as a closed system and require only electricity. All processing is done in the closed system and there is no need for an external tank or the transport of waste. The systems also do not require any dangerous chemicals. Evapolet systems include the use of a patented bacterial agent. After the 24 hours of processing, the resulting water can be recycled for further use in the flush style systems.
Scott Lefcourt, President and CEO of Evapolet explains, “We are proud to market these systems that don’t harm the environment and give homeowners and businesses choices they didn’t have before. We believe we’re just beginning to learn about the many situations where Evapolet is a great choice for consumers and businesses. They can be used in remote areas like trails, remote home sites or oil exploration sites. They are often a less expensive alternative to replacing failing septic systems, or where digging is difficult or impossible because of ground structure or location.”
Flush systems start with complete standalone bathrooms that will accommodate 5-10 people a day up to large flush units with multiple toilets that will accommodate 200 people or more per day. Processing units that do not recycle flush water can be attached to existing structures exclusively for waste treatment with no discharge.
Evapolet systems treat all kinds of organic waste. Custom waste treatment systems are available for small to high volume processing applications suitable for food processing, restaurants and other businesses.
Lefcourt adds, “These products are the result of more than 18 years of research and development, which began in Japan. Since then, the process of continuous development and improvement has resulted in today’s systems.”
Evapolet® sells directly, through distribution and also offers larger scale licensing of the system. Units are currently manufactured in Japan and Thailand, but plans are actively underway to bring all manufacturing to the U.S. in the near future. Evapolet, LLC works closely with Mitsuboshi C.I. CO. LTD. of Higashiosaka, Japan where development originated.
Evapolet, LLC is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and is focused on providing consumers and businesses with green solutions to organic waste management.
Evapolet is a registered trademark of Evapolet, LLC, Scottsdale, Arizona.