Metaflo Technologies is attending the NASTT 2023 No-Dig Show, largest trenchless technology conference in North America, where thousands of professionals attend to learn new methods and techniques that will save money and improve infrastructure.Read More
Recently, Trenchless Technology Magazine published an article in their 2021 HDD Guide, written by Andrew McNabb, President & COO at MetaFLO, on the increasing demand for effective liquid waste disposal solutions. In this blog post, we’ll break down the article’s key takeaways.Read More
Can underground infrastructure improvements for transportation be cost-effective and environmentally friendly?
As cities continue to grow and expand, there is an increased need for investment in transportation infrastructure. Transportation infrastructure is not as simple as building new roads and subways, it requires a lot of planning and engineering.Read More
All across Canada, municipal and provincial governments have been adjusting regulations pertaining to excess soils. This is largely due to recognition of soil as a valuable commodity. Soil provides habitats for organisms, filters and stores water, supports plant growth, and even more.Read More
Liquid waste is a necessary byproduct of many industrial projects … expensive transportation and disposal doesn’t have to be!
MetaFLO reagents turn liquid waste into a stackable solid in real time while adding only 1/2 of 1% of the liquid waste volume. A proprietary reagent chemistry, MetaFLO reagents replace the need for many common and more costly alternatives like Portland cement, sawdust, lime, fly ash and others giving you an easy, quick and environmentally friendly way to manage your liquid waste streams.Read More
John has joined our team as a Sales Engineer and is based in Houston, Texas. John will be focusing on growing MetaFLO’s revenue in the US market as well as supporting existing clients, service providers and distributors.Read More
On July 13th, MetaFLO Technologies will be attending the Underground Construction Technology Conference & Exhibition. Read on to learn more about the event and how you can connect with us at UCT.Read More
Solidification of liquid waste streams, including drilling mud, wet hydro excavation material and tunneling spoils, started out as a very rudimentary process. Dry material (i.e. dry dirt) would be added to wet material (i.e. drilling mud) in order to get a dry (solid) material that was suitable for transportation and disposal.Read More
The ponds you pass every day on your way to work or walking your dog in the evening are not typically spring fed, naturally occurring bodies of water left behind by receding mini glaciers from the last Pleistocene epoch. These ponds have been engineered in housing and commercial areas as a tool to manage water and capture particulate debris from snow melt and rain events.Read More