The Better Alternative to Liquid Waste Removal In New York
MetaFLO’s liquid waste removal solution reduces GHG emissions, provides a more cost effective and environmentally sound solution that better manages control and compliance.
Conventional liquid waste solidification methods add volume to liquid waste by adding elements like sawdust, fly ash or lime dust. This adds volume in turn that requires more trucks, increasing fuel costs and risk exposures to haul the waste to landfill. MetaFLO’s process changes that by solidifying the waste and reducing the number of steps in the process.
MetaFLO's Patented Process Reduces Liquid Waste Disposal Removal Costs By Up To 60%.
How, you ask? It’s simple. We transition waste from a liquid to a solid, greatly reducing the volume required for disposal. In fact, waste volumes can be reduced by 50-300% by our engineered solidification reagents. The best part is, half the 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 Disposal Solutions
To solidify liquid waste, MetaFLO uses organic, environmentally safe chemical reagents. In relation to expensive Vacuum trucks, MetaFLO’s patented process is disruptive and, in fact, dramatically reduces greenhouse gas emissions by as much as two-thirds. Regardless of the project, we have the ideal reagent composition designed for your waste stream—and we equip you with the tools to ensure the cleanest, safest environmental result feasible.
Industrial Liquid Waste Management for New York and Its Cities
MetaFLO technology was designed to minimize the impact on the environment. It meets, if not exceeds even New York’s DTSC 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 New York, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and many other cities in New York State.