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SRS Crisafulli Hosts Tencate Geotube and Watersolve

Posted by Elizabeth Kaiser on Fri, Sep 28, 2012 @ 15:09 PM

SRS Crisafulli, Inc. invites interested members of the community to a bucket demonstration and presentation of dewatering technologies at the West Glendive Fire Hall at 1:00 pm, Tuesday, October 2.

Presentations will be by:
Jim Bridges, Clearwater Dewatering, Nampa, Idaho

Gregg Lebster, President, WaterSolve, LLC, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and

Ed Trainer, Geotube marine and coastline market manager, Tencate Industrial Fabrics

 1:00 – 3:00

West Glendive Fire Station

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Tencate Geotubes

Tencate Representative Ed Trainer will demonstrate how to use a Geotube as part of a dewatering and sludge separation system. 

Gregg Lebster will discuss the art of polymers. 

SLUDGE DEWATERING
Efficient removal of water in the liquid solids separation is key to overall use cost analysis. WaterSolve is keenly aware of the value and cost of producing solids to be removed from your site.

GEOTUBES®
WaterSolve polymers offer excellent solids retention and high filtration efficiencies in dredging operations where the floc formation time is often limited and the time to specified cake dryness is critical.

For more information about the arts:

www.gowatersolve.com

www.tencate.com

R.S.V.P. or questions:  Ms. Elizabeth Kaiser, Marketing Manager, SRS Crisafulli, Inc., Glendive, MT.

SRS Crisafulli is a business partner with TencateGeotubes.  SRS stands for Sludge Removal Systems.

We look forward to seeing you for this presentation and discussion.

Topics: crisafulli, dredging, dredging system, Treatment Plant Operator, Municipal dredging, biosolids

SRS Crisafulli's Guest Author Dr. Losoncy on Water

Posted by Elizabeth Kaiser on Wed, Mar 14, 2012 @ 07:03 AM

Article submitted by Dr. Larry Losoncy, CEO of Clean Up America

Water, Water Everywhere But Not a Drop to Drink

Two great crises face the world: shortages of energy and water. The world's population is heading towards seven billion.  It is expected to continue increasing to nearly nine billion people. In order to sustain and enhance life for this many people, it is absolutely necessary that industrialization expand around the world.  As industrialization expands, the need for energy also expands, as does the need for safe fresh water.  Ironic that a planet with many times more surface water than land mass should now be desperate for usable water!

Great Lakes
Photo Credit:  The Great Lakes; Visible Earth:  A catalog of NASA images and animations of our home planet

One fifth of the world's surface freshwater lies in the Great Lakes. That says much about how the rest of the world lacks for lakes.  Almost all of the streams and rivers on earth are now compromised, needing more and more treatment to be safe (an example of how energy and water use are linked).  Drought, flooding from climate change, pollution from wastewater, and overuse are also wrecking havoc with most rivers, both here and abroad. 

Wells are increasingly threatened by groundwater pollution, unless they are deep aquifers - too far below the surface to be contaminated.  Unfortunately, however, Deep aquifers cannot replenish - precisely because they are so deep.  When pumped for irrigation, drinking water and industrial uses, they are depleted.

New technologies and strategies that go beyond conservation are needed for energy production.  Likewise, the response to water needs must go beyond conservation. New technologies for treating seawater, better use of irrigation, alternatives to water use in producing and packaging food and in the production of energy and in industrial processes are needed RIGHT NOW. 

Our nation and world would do well to work together at these challenges.

 

Wish to share a thought?  You can leave a comment below this article.

Read about Crisafulli's FLUMP dredge's contribution to a remediation effort at the Three Crowns Golf Course

Read how Pond Recovery Services of Hainesport New Jersey used Crisafulli's Rotomite for their shoreline remediation project.

Do you have a project?  Have an SRS Crisafulli Specialist consult with you.

 

Contact Dr. Losoncy about training and business coaching at cuatulsa@cox.net.

Dr. Losoncy, Ph.D., is the CEO of Clean Up America, Inc., a company that markets waterless sanitation systems, including the South African Enviroloo. He writes about environmental and business management issues and does training and consulting. He is also a mental health professional, licensed as a marriage/family therapist. He brings communication and psychological perspectives to bear on business practices.

 

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