LAKE FOREST, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bioshaft Water Technology Inc. (OTCBB:BSHF) has signed four contracts with customers in the United States and the Middle East.
“These are significant orders that cover both municipal and industrial markets.”
- New York, USA: A Brewery has purchased a Bioshaft system that will treat up to 75,000 gallons per day (GPD) of Wastewater. Not only will Bioshaft’s sustainable Anaerobic/Aerobic Digester enable the brewery to meet local sewer requirements, it will also allow it to produce energy from Wastewater.
- Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Bioshaft through its distributor Water Masters will provide a wastewater treatment system for the Jawhara Damac Towers, a 42-story high-rise building. The system’s capacity is 105,680 GPD.
- Alexandria, Egypt: through its distributor PROTEC, Bioshaft will provide a system to treat 7,926 GPD of domestic wastewater at an industrial chemical producing facility. The treated effluent will be used to irrigate landscaping.
- Makah, Saudi Arabia: Bioshaft is ready to start a 13,200 GPD system sold to the Makah-Chamber of Commerce.
“By appointing new distributors, we are expanding into the Middle East and Africa,” said Bioshaft President Walter Zurawick. “These are significant orders that cover both municipal and industrial markets.”
About Bioshaft Water Technology Inc.
Bioshaft Water Technology Inc. is a publicly traded California-based designer and manufacturer of domestic, municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants. Its innovative and worldwide patented systems virtually eliminate sludge and the associated sludge components found in conventional activated sludge wastewater treatment systems, significantly reduce odors and cost considerably less to install, operate and maintain. Bioshaft systems have been installed in large municipalities, private housing developments, resorts, golf courses, parks, shopping centers, office buildings and restaurants throughout the world. Bioshaft Water Technology Inc. was founded in 2007 and has offices in Lake Forest, CA, Venice, FL, and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
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