Ten years ago, a family of operators and maintenance technicians met around a kitchen table, as they had many times before, to discuss whether or not they could build better package wastewater treatment plants than the ones they were currently installing. On that night in 2008, Cloacina went from an obscure idea to an official corporation. Cloacina quickly moved from the dining room into a tiny apartment above the shop where Chris Nally drew plans for wastewater systems at night after completing his duties as Operations Manager for another firm. Shortly thereafter, a full-time CAD drafter was hired and then Troy Ellison joined the fledgling team as the Production Manager. A 21,000 square foot building and dozens of employees later and with a new production facility under construction, it has been an amazing ten years!
We want to express our sincere gratitude to our employees, clients, vendors and everyone else that has contributed to the success and growth of this company over the past ten years!