Envirocycle[R] Achieves Major Milestone in Home Sewage Treatment and Water Recycling.
Honolulu, HI, June 12, 2016 --(PR.com)-- A new report by UH at M?noa details that a major milestone has been achieved in the quest to fight the Hawai'i cesspool pollution epidemic by wastewater treatment technology innovation company Envirocycle[R] Hawai'i (www.EnvirocycleHawaii.com).
Envirocycle[R] technology has just been certified by UH at M?noa to be better than all State and National wastewater regulations for cleanliness of the Envirocycle[R] company's small home-based 800 gallon-per-day preventative maintenance free sewage treatment and water recycling system.
"This is a wonderful technological breakthrough, and I am thankful for all at UH at M?noa who helped prove that this amazing technology is the long term solution for the centuries-old Hawai'i cesspool problem," stated Bill Carpenter Jr., Inventor of the technology and company Founder.
For Hawaiian homeowners, this means that for the first time ever, they can, in the same space as their existing cesspool, safely treat their sewage on-site and can reclaim 100% of this highly treated water for landscape irrigation purposes. The 800 gallon-per-day breakthrough allows houses with 4 bedrooms or more to take full advantage of this water-saving technology.
The State of Hawai'i is offering a $10,000 property tax credit when homeowners in environmentally-sensitive areas replace their cesspools with Envirocycle[R] technology. Envirocycle[R] also offers Hawai'i homeowners special financing to help them affordably replace their polluting cesspools and septic systems with Envirocycle[R] treatment systems.
Bill Carpenter Jr
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