MetaFLO’s industrial liquid waste management solutions reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by simplifying and removing steps from the disposal process. As a result, control and compliance is easier to manage, disposal costs are reduced, and your customers are more satisfied.
Eliminate the need for vaccuum trucks and multiple transfer points by having the processing station come to you. MetaFLO’s patented solution reduces waste volumes by 50-300% using liquid waste solidification reagents that result in fewer trucks, reduced fuel costs, and fewer GHG emissions.
Save Up To 2/3 On Industrial Liquid Waste Management, Using MetaFLO’s Patented Process.
How, you ask? It’s simple. We convert liquid waste to a stackable solid that takes up less space. In fact, our engineered solidification reagents can reduce waste volumes by 50 – 300%. By reducing volume, half as many trucks are required to move it. Since all the liquid processing happens on site, trips to the landfill will be direct, saving on both fuel and project time.
Revolutionary Liquid Waste Solutions
To solidify liquid waste, MetaFLO uses organic, environmentally safe chemical reagents. This processing is done at the source, eliminating the need for expensive vacuum trucks, and reducing transportation costs considerably. The net result is a dramatic reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, often by as much as two-thirds. Regardless of the project, we have the ideal reagent composition designed for your waste stream—and the tools to ensure the cleanest, safest environmental result possible.
Industrial Liquid Waste Disposal for Quebec and Its Cities
MetaFLO technology was designed to minimize impact on the environment. It meets, if not exceeds Quebec’s regulatory requirements for liquid waste management. Why? Because we never use large pits to contain fluid until the pit de-waters. Nor do we use high-emission vacuum trucks to remove waste liquids or to ship them —since the liquid never leaves the site. MetaFLO is proud to serve businesses in Montreal, Quebec City, Laval, Gatineau, Longueuil, and many other cities in Quebec.