Why choose MetaFLO
for liquid waste management?
MetaFLO’s advanced chemistry turns liquid waste into a stackable solid in real time. Our proprietary reagent formula solidifies the same amount of liquid but without creating excess volume (bulking), making disposal easier, more efficient and less costly. Simply put: less waste, lower transportation and disposal costs, improved safety, better control and compliance while significantly reducing GHG emissions
MetaFLO is a practical, cost effective and sustainable options
Conventional liquid waste disposal techniques add amendments like Portland, fly-ash, lime or sawdust to meet solids criteria for transportation to landfill – expanding volume by up to 300%. MetaFLO’s engineered reagents typically require a dosage of only 0.5%.
Why use MetaFLO
- MetaFLO reagents are fast – Immediately converts liquid waste to a solid in minutes
- MetaFLO reagents are easy – Creates a dry, stackable solid for easy handling
- MetaFLO reagents produce minimal bulking compared to common alternatives
- MetaFLO reagents meet standards
- Helps waste pass Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (EPA Method 1311)
- Helps waste pass paint filter criteria (EPA 9095)
- Landfill friendly and does not biodegrade
- MetaFLO reagents are environmentally friendly
- Chemically Inert
Conventional Liquid Waste Disposal vs. MetaFLO’s On-Site Liquid Waste Disposal
|MetaFLO’s On-Site Liquid Waste Disposal (Solidification)|
|Conventional Liquid Waste Disposal (No Solidification)|
MetaFLO’s Technology can Yield Significant Cost Savings
MetaFLO’s Technology has a Reduced Environmental Impact
Our solidification methods use extremely low dosages of reagent to achieve regulatory solids criteria – often less than 1% wt/wt. The low dosage adds less weight to the source waste than what is lost through natural evaporation after treatment resulting in a net reduction in total waste. Dump trucks can now be utilized to transport the solidified material to the appropriate disposal site far more efficiently than relying on vacuum trucks to transport liquids to treatment facilities. Additionally, liquid waste receiving sites are more scarce in most jurisdictions resulting in longer drives and greater cost associated with turn-around times. The table below illustrates how more trucks and greater drive times cause significant and unnecessary additional carbon emissions.