Here is a look at Cloacina’s 5,000 GPD MEMPAC-I that is installed at Wheeler Farms in St. Helena, CA.
Congratulations to Troy Ellison, Cloacina’s General Manager, for being awarded Kiwanian of the Year for the Kiwanis Club of Arroyo Grande Valley! One member of the club is selected each year and the criteria for the award is typically as follows: The member has to have chaired at least one major event, shown superior leadership in club events and projects, inspired others while working on events and projects, shown initiative in program, event and project development, attended and assisted in meaningful tasks at several events and projects, maintained close to 100% attendance throughout the year, and is an all-around productive member who takes the reins on projects and/or makes a significant contribution in production on an event or project. The Cloacina staff is proud of your hard work and contributions not only to our company but our community as well!
Read about the 15,000 GPD MEMPAC-I that Cloacina built for the Riboli Family Winery in Paso Robles, CA in the new Technology Issue of Wines and Vines Magazine. The unit provided allows the winery to reclaim 100% of their treated effluent for irrigation and sanitation purposes. Click the image below to read the article.
Cloacina is designing and manufacturing a 2,000 Gallon per Day (GPD) Stage I treatment system for the Behrens Family Winery in St. Helena, CA. The client was looking for a wastewater solution that would allow them to reclaim treated effluent for irrigation purposes. The Stage I, a small package wastewater treatment plant, would allow the Behrens Family to reclaim approximately 700,000 gallons of water per year if the facility is running at full capacity! Stay tuned for more details on this project.