Cloacina is proud to announce that we were selected by the WM Lyles Corporation to provide equipment for Tesoro Viejo, a large-scale, mixed-use development spanning 1,500 acres in southeastern Madera County, California. Cloacina will manufacture a phased, 250,000 Gallons per Day (GPD) package wastewater treatment plant that is capable of scaling up to 500,000 GPD in the future. The MEMPAC-M and Drypac equipment provided will allow the development to reclaim 100% of their treated wastewater for irrigation purposes. Stay tuned for more information about this exciting new project!
Cloacina is proud to announce that we just closed escrow on the one acre parcel next door to our current manufacturing facility! Coming soon: An 18,000 sq. ft. manufacturing annex to allow us to meet future production needs and tighter construction schedules!
Protecting the environment and our water resources is one of the driving forces behind every decision that is made at Cloacina. Based in CA, a state often facing drought conditions, Cloacina understands that EVERY DROP OF WATER COUNTS! We manufacture package wastewater treatment plants that allow clients to reclaim up to 100% of their treated effluent for irrigation and sanitation purposes.
Cloacina is proud to launch our new environmental video series and give you a peek into how our employees do their part, every day, to protect our water resources!
Cloacina is proud to announce that we are beginning construction on a 4,000 GPD Mempac-M economy package wastewater treatment plant. The client had a limited project budget which led our Design Team to engineer an economy model that could meet both the budgetary and discharge requirements of the project. This unit will be installed in a mobile home park in Oxnard, CA.
Stay tuned for construction, installation and commissioning details!
Here are some highlights from WiVi 2017 in Paso Robles. WiVi is a great resource for local members of the wine industry and Cloacina was proud to be a part of it!
Watch how the Cloacina fabrication and up-fitting crews install media in the primary filter of a treatment plant under construction. Media is the surface on which microorganisms or “bugs” are grown and cultivated in a wastewater plant. The bugs break down and consume the waste material which is fed to them by the distribution header and spray nozzles.