Wipe out

27th Sep 2017

You might of heard about fatberg recently encountered in London by Thames Water - the congealed mass of fat, wet wipes and nappies is one of the biggest ever found.  And now a stretch of Baltimore sewer was found to have a fatberg causing two severe sewage overflows in two weeks, including one which discharged nearly 1.2m gallons of waste into a Maryland stream.

The flushing of wet wipes is a known problem and the municipal waster water market in America face the problem of their sewage system having to deal with it.  Luckily there is a solution and our video will show you just how effective it is.

This video introduces the Wipe Grind Ultra.  It fits into your existing sewage system and transforms it to simply disintegrates wipes.  It shreds them so effectively that it eliminates the tendency of shredded solids to reform.  It comes in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit your existing system (a no obligations survey will determine which configuration you need).  And if you already have a Haigh system in place, then not to worry.  You can simply upgrade the cutter cartridge to transform your system to shred wipes.

To see a live demonstration, we'll be exhibiting at WEFTEC in Chicago from 30 September to 4 October. Pop by and see David Meek on booth 5264.  If we don't see you at WEFTEC then download the brochure and contact us for your local approved supplier in America.

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