New Landfill Technology Offers Green - and Cost-Effective - Solutions

30 Jan, 2008, 00:00 ET from Viridis Waste Control, LLC

    DUBLIN, Ohio, Jan. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Viridis Waste Control, LLC,
 announced today that the U.S. Patent application for the proprietary
 bioreactor process was granted by the United States Patent and Trademark
 office. With the patent, Viridis now has available the Bioreactor Landfill
 Technology that is the best available technology for America's solid waste
 disposal landfills. The patented technology provides significant advances
 and dramatic enhancements in the reduction of greenhouse gasses, delivers
 substantially greater air and water pollution reduction, and increased
 methane production and recovery from landfills. Additionally, the Viridis
 patented technology enables more useable capacity in landfills for solid
 waste disposal.
 
     The Viridis Septage Bioreactor Landfill(TM) technology combines the
 waste pumped from septic systems (known as septage) with garbage in solid
 waste landfills. Doing so greatly accelerates the process of garbage
 decomposition and biodegradation, extending the life of typical landfills
 by years. But, the benefits to the environment go much further, including:
 
 
-- Cleaner water, by reducing and hopefully eliminating the practice of spreading septic waste on fields, which often contaminates surface water, lakes, rivers, streams, and groundwater recharge zones with dangerous contaminants and pathogenic biological agents commonly found in septic tank waste. -- Safer food supply, by halting the land application and spraying of septic waste for disposal onto farm fields, a major source of bacteriological contamination of crops and livestock. -- One of the primary pathways by which food or water become contaminated is from the release of such untreated sewage -- septic tank waste -- into a drinking water supply or onto cropland, with the result that people who unknowingly eat or drink such contaminated sources of food and water become infected with disease. -- In developing countries, most sewage is routinely discharged into the environment, often on cropland. As of 2007, even in developed countries there are periodic system failures resulting in a mode of transmission for infectious agents such as E. coli, hepatitis, cholera, polio, and rotavirus. -- Cleaner air, with the increased capture and use of methane gas, reducing this major source of greenhouse gas emissions along with its contribution to climate change and global warming trends. -- Renewable energy, using the steady supply of methane produced, generating enough energy to power thousands of homes each year. -- More efficient use of land, by extending the capacity and productive life of existing landfills. -- Better use of wastewater treatment plants, by channeling septic waste away from municipal wastewater facilities, freeing up their capacity to meet the growing needs of expanding populations. -- Reduction of a septage hauler's disposal and permit fees, by providing a cost-effective, environmentally approved, single location to dispose of septic waste. Using the Septage Bioreactor Landfill(TM) in existing landfill operations dramatically enhances the landfill's profitably and offers multiple benefits to surrounding communities. Viridis Waste Control, LLC, sees this invention as a powerful advantage for consumers, environmentalists, governments, and businesses who now have this patented tool to enhance our environment and businesses. Viridis Waste Control, LLC, based in Dublin, OH, is a privately held, socially responsible company whose principals are experienced in technology, development, operations, regulation, and marketing in the waste industry. The company focuses on methods of landfill operations that reduce the negative impact of waste on the environment.
Contact: Jim Camp, 845-679-2188 Viridis Waste Control, LLC contact@viridiswastecontrol.com This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com.

SOURCE Viridis Waste Control, LLC
    DUBLIN, Ohio, Jan. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Viridis Waste Control, LLC,
 announced today that the U.S. Patent application for the proprietary
 bioreactor process was granted by the United States Patent and Trademark
 office. With the patent, Viridis now has available the Bioreactor Landfill
 Technology that is the best available technology for America's solid waste
 disposal landfills. The patented technology provides significant advances
 and dramatic enhancements in the reduction of greenhouse gasses, delivers
 substantially greater air and water pollution reduction, and increased
 methane production and recovery from landfills. Additionally, the Viridis
 patented technology enables more useable capacity in landfills for solid
 waste disposal.
 
     The Viridis Septage Bioreactor Landfill(TM) technology combines the
 waste pumped from septic systems (known as septage) with garbage in solid
 waste landfills. Doing so greatly accelerates the process of garbage
 decomposition and biodegradation, extending the life of typical landfills
 by years. But, the benefits to the environment go much further, including:
 
 
-- Cleaner water, by reducing and hopefully eliminating the practice of spreading septic waste on fields, which often contaminates surface water, lakes, rivers, streams, and groundwater recharge zones with dangerous contaminants and pathogenic biological agents commonly found in septic tank waste. -- Safer food supply, by halting the land application and spraying of septic waste for disposal onto farm fields, a major source of bacteriological contamination of crops and livestock. -- One of the primary pathways by which food or water become contaminated is from the release of such untreated sewage -- septic tank waste -- into a drinking water supply or onto cropland, with the result that people who unknowingly eat or drink such contaminated sources of food and water become infected with disease. -- In developing countries, most sewage is routinely discharged into the environment, often on cropland. As of 2007, even in developed countries there are periodic system failures resulting in a mode of transmission for infectious agents such as E. coli, hepatitis, cholera, polio, and rotavirus. -- Cleaner air, with the increased capture and use of methane gas, reducing this major source of greenhouse gas emissions along with its contribution to climate change and global warming trends. -- Renewable energy, using the steady supply of methane produced, generating enough energy to power thousands of homes each year. -- More efficient use of land, by extending the capacity and productive life of existing landfills. -- Better use of wastewater treatment plants, by channeling septic waste away from municipal wastewater facilities, freeing up their capacity to meet the growing needs of expanding populations. -- Reduction of a septage hauler's disposal and permit fees, by providing a cost-effective, environmentally approved, single location to dispose of septic waste. Using the Septage Bioreactor Landfill(TM) in existing landfill operations dramatically enhances the landfill's profitably and offers multiple benefits to surrounding communities. Viridis Waste Control, LLC, sees this invention as a powerful advantage for consumers, environmentalists, governments, and businesses who now have this patented tool to enhance our environment and businesses. Viridis Waste Control, LLC, based in Dublin, OH, is a privately held, socially responsible company whose principals are experienced in technology, development, operations, regulation, and marketing in the waste industry. The company focuses on methods of landfill operations that reduce the negative impact of waste on the environment.
Contact: Jim Camp, 845-679-2188 Viridis Waste Control, LLC contact@viridiswastecontrol.com This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com. SOURCE Viridis Waste Control, LLC