Ecoflo Coco Filter Provides Natural Wastewater Treatment System
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Premier Tech Aqua (PTA), a Business Unit of the Environmental Technologies Group of Premier Tech, announced earlier this month that it had achieved a breakthrough and launched its recently NSF International certified Ecoflo Coco Filter. The new Ecoflo Coco Filter is a model of sustainable development – a permanent septic installation that fully protects ecosystems The post Ecoflo Coco Filter Provides Natural Wastewater Treatment System appeared first on Green Building Elements .
Premier Tech Aqua (PTA), a Business Unit of the Environmental Technologies Group of Premier Tech, announced earlier this month that it had achieved a breakthrough and launched its recently NSF International certified Ecoflo Coco Filter.
The new Ecoflo Coco Filter is a model of sustainable development – a permanent septic installation that fully protects ecosystems using a filtering media mindful of its impact on the environment and the prosperity of future generations.
The system is based on an innovative, 100% natural coco husk fragment-based filtering media that biologically treats pollutants and acts as a barrier to retain solids. As with any filter, the media has to be replaced after usage, and the choice of natural organic filtering media used in any Ecoflo model allows for recycling of the spent filtering media at the end of its useful life to produce renewable energy or a compost for soil amendment. Most of the other filtering media utilized in on-site septic systems, such as sand, textile or foam, create unwanted trash at the end of their useful life.
“Our product development teams constantly challenge themselves with one goal in mind: developing innovative, high-performance, reliable and durable products with the smallest environmental footprint possible. The needs of all stakeholders remain central to our discussions, including consultants who design treatment systems with our technologies, installers who place our products into the ground and homeowners who trust our company to protect the environment and the value of their property for years to come,” affirmed Mr. Henri Ouellet, President of the Environmental Technologies Group at Premier Tech.
With a filtering media capable of sustaining a 40% increase of treatment capacity, the Ecoflo Coco Filter offers a significantly more compact filtering media surface and treats wastewater with no energy. Homeowners can enjoy the same high-performance and low-maintenance septic solution as Ecoflo Biofilter, but in a 40% smaller shell. Customers benefit from the best ratio in terms of price, quality, performance, durability and sustainability for any on-site wastewater treatment product currently available on the market.
“This new Ecoflo product line is the result of years of sustained research work from our R&D team who have focused on the development of recyclable filtering media offering high performances and durability at a competitive price. The vast expertise and commitment of our multidisciplinary research team are the reasons why Premier Tech Aqua continually pushes the limits of our sustainable compact biofilter technologies. This NSF International certification reaffirms our expertise and commitment towards bringing innovative, affordable and green technologies to the market and to customers,” added Mr. Roger Lacasse, Vice-President of Research & Development at Premier Tech Aqua.
Premier Tech Aqua (PTA) has become an international leader in the field of on-site and decentralized wastewater treatment technologies for the residential, municipal, commercial, community, industrial and institutional sectors. With more than 70,000 biofiltration wastewater treatment systems installed around the world, each coupled with a rigorous inspection, maintenance and documented follow-up program performed by a vast network of local service partners, PTA is undoubtedly one of the leaders of its industry.
Source: PR Newswire
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