Press Release Summary:
Model PM-1000D uses bioremediation to eliminate odors, oil, and grease in wastewater collection pits. All natural, environmentally friendly method of managing standing wash water automatically injects air and microbes into collection pit. Microbes in BioStax 900 agent consume and convert oils, greases, hydrocarbons, and organics into water and carbon dioxide. Air passes through sandstone diffuser to dissolve oxygen for optimum life and growth of microbes.
Original Press Release:
Landa Introduces New Pit Management System to Eliminate Wastewater Odor
Landa, North America's largest manufacturer of industrial pressure washers and wash-water treatment systems, has introduced a pit management system that uses bioremediation to eliminate odors as well as oil and grease commonly associated with wastewater collection pits.
The PM-1000D provides an all-natural, environmentally friendly, low-cost method of managing standing wash water by automatically injecting air and microbes into a collection pit. The two work together to prevent conditions that typically generate unpleasant odors.
The microbes, found in Landa's award-winning BioStax 900 microbial agent, consume and convert oils, greases, hydrocarbons and other organics into harmless water and carbon dioxide. The air, which is passed through a sandstone diffuser to dissolve oxygen better in the water (similar to aeration of an aquarium), enhances the life and growth of the microbes for optimum effectiveness.
The PM-1000D operates on 120V and features automation for reliable injection of air and microbes into the pit. The electrical components are housed in a fiberglass enclosure and the remaining components are in a steel cabinet with an epoxy powder coat finish.
Landa, which recently rolled out a line of fully automated wash-water recycling systems, has been manufacturing environmental systems since 1989.
For more information, contact Crismon Lewis, 800-547-8672 Ext. 175.