liquid waste management

Mud Disposal California – Hydro Excavation

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduced by MetaFLO

By Sam Huang / January 25, 2016

Major energy projects to factor in greenhouse gas emissionsMetaFLO’s patented solidification technology has already been shown to significantly improve the disposal of waste drilling fluid, by reducing risk, greenhouse gas emissions, and overall cost. At MetaFLO, we believe that there is always a better solution, and we strive to enhance our proven technology to even greater heights.

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Municipal Landfills Benefit from MetaFLO Treated Material

Municipal Landfills Benefit from MetaFLO Treatment

By Michael MacDonald / December 2, 2015

MetaFLO’s patented solutions are well aligned with the needs of municipal landfills and present a departure from traditional methods of managing slurry waste streams. Heavy liquid waste streams such as hydro excavation mud or horizontal directional drilling (HDD) fluids can be solidified in the field with a very low dose of MetaFLO reagent reducing carbon footprint, waste volume, cost and risk.

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How does MetaFLO do it? Sorption.

By Michael MacDonald / October 15, 2015

Seeing our products work for the first time often gets the same response as a street magician does with a surprising card trick. We at MetaFLO are accustomed to seeing liquids turn into solids before our eyes, but many new clients are not. A first time observation of our solidification capabilities usually leads the observer to ask, “How can that be, how does it work?”

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Drill Fluid Disposal More Cost-effective Upstream

Drill Fluid Disposal More Cost-effective Upstream

By Michael MacDonald / September 17, 2015

If you have been following the media recently on the subject of waste soil disposal in Ontario, you will have heard that many ‘clean fill’ dump sites are contaminated with poly-aromatic hydrocarbons, heavy metals and petroleum hydrocarbons. The subject has received comment from Ontario’s Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, Glen Murray, describing the problem as a “serious issue” in Ontario.

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