Orenco Systems–based in Sutherlin, Oregon–is a leader in sustainable wastewater collection and treatment solutions. The company was awarded this month the Water Environment Federation’s (WEF’s) prestigious Innovative Technology Award for the nutrient-removal configuration of its AdvanTex® Treatment System.
The AdvanTex Treatment System is ideal for unsewered communities or commercial properties needing a cost-effective, easily-maintained, and reliable solution for environmentally sustainable treatment of wastewater flows. The treated effluent can be disposed of subsurface, used for irrigation or re-use, or permitted for surface discharge, meeting the most stringent requirements. More than 25,000 AdvanTex units have been installed throughout North America and in more than a dozen countries worldwide,
“We are honored to be the recipient of the prestigious award from WEF for our AdvanTex System,” said Grant Denn, sales manager. “We strive to develop and bring the most innovative solutions to the market, and are encouraged by the acceptance and recognition that these efforts have brought. And with WEF’s contribution to the wastewater industry, we feel that WEFTEC is an excellent forum in which to display our technologies.”
The award was presented at WEFTEC 20011 in October. On the show floor, Orenco be displayed a 21-ft model of its award-winning AdvanTex System, the AX-Max™. The 21-ft AX-Max is a completely pre-packaged, fully-plumbed wastewater treatment system serving up to 75 persons. Orenco also displayed its TeleComm™ (TCOM) monitoring system. TCOM control panels are affordable, integrated telemetry panels that include digital controls, data logging, and remote access and control in real time. They’re ideal for stand-alone monitoring and control systems, or they can be integrated into other SCADA systems. The TCOM system at WEFTEC will be used for live, hands-on demonstrations.
Credit: Much of text above quoted directly from ORENCO’s press release.