Archaeologists generally agree that organized Water and Wastewater treatment efforts date back at least 10,000 years BC. Those historical efforts were driven by modest urban population increases and the need to maintain the local environment and protect water sources. Today our need for land and water preservation efforts are owing to rising population, industrialization, rapid urbanization and governmental regulations. Treatment technologies consist of a myriad of chemical and physical processes designed to remove undesirable contaminants from water sources.

We are partnered with some of the best-known technology manufacturers in the Water and Wastewater industry. Our offerings include:

  • Rotating Equipment (pumps, mixers, blowers, etc.)
  • Primary Treatment Technologies (screening, grit removal, equalization, etc.)
  • Secondary Treatment Technologies (chemical treatment, sedimentation, biological, etc.)
  • Tertiary Treatment Technologies (filtration, recycle-reuse, etc.)

Let our water treatment knowledge and innovative technologies support your development of project solutions short-term and attainment of your environmental goals long-term.

Grit Removal and Classification Technology CSO/SSO Technology, Sludge Management (Screening/Degritting) & MicroScreen Technology.

A division of Kusters Zima. Kusters Water offers clarifiers, headworks and thickeners product technologies from Hi-Tech and ProTechtorâ„¢.

Flo Trend has been a leader in filtration, liquid/solids separation, oil/water separation, and mixing for over 30 years. We offer a wide range of products to an extensive customer base in the municipal, industrial, and oil and gas sectors.

Vertical bar screen, Multi-Rake bar screen, Drum screen, Spiral screen, Washer/Compactor, Grit classifier, Belt filter press, Gravity belt thickener, Plate filter press, Leachate treatment

Cylinder, drum and tote scales

Electrichlor hypochlorite generators

Pulsed Hydraulics is a proven mixing technology for Water and Wastewater, cutting the energy used for mixing by 50% over traditional mechanical mixing equipment.