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New Commercial Wastewater Treatment System Is Non Toxic And Economical


Natural Systems, a 15 year old company based in Santa Barbara, CA, is distributing a new non-chemical wastewater treatment system called Zero-D for commercial and industrial companies that completely eliminates the need for disposal and associated fees and allows reuse of the waste water within the facility.

We’re seeing the emergence of “green” eco-friendly companies that are converting wastes into resources; food scraps and poultry waste into bio-diesel, plastic into clothes and building materials, and the auto industry is building new hybrid cars. But the one thing they still generate is contaminated or toxic wastewater”. Zero-D brings them an effective, economic and non-toxic wastewater treatment as an alternative to the traditional chemical treatment they’ve had to use in their “eco-friendly” business.

CEO James Smallwood says, “Eco-Friendly businesses will now be able to non-chemically treat and reuse their contaminated wash and wastewater instead of having to discharge it, or pollute the environment, and in addition, eliminate discharge fees and permit requirements forever.”

The Zero-D wastewater treatment and recycling system uses a proven and highly effective non-chemical electro-coagulation method which eliminates heavy metals, oil and grease, TSS, COD, BOD, TDS, FOG, PVC, pesticides, herbicides, nitrates, e.coli, and other contaminants.

One of the primary components of the system is a specially designed electro-coagulation unit, a technology that uses electricity to “shock” the waste water, breaking molecular bonds that bind contaminants to the water molecule, allowing easy filtration and producing clean water for reuse. Conventional water treatment systems can remove up to 60% of contaminants; Zero-D can remove up to 99%.

“A further benefit for reducing operating costs”, says Smallwood, is that this process removes the calcium and minerals and acts as a water softener. Therefore, facilities using this system can also eliminate the need for water softeners, another big savings for them.”

The operation of the Zero-D system is simple and effective and the removal process can cost as little as $0.25 cents per 1,000 gallons. Companies like Intel, Foster Farms, Samsung, BART, and Kaiser have been using this method for years now to treat and reuse their production and process wastewater, saving them thousands of dollars per year. Now “green businesses” can use this system for their own commercial wastewater treatment needs.

For more information and case studies on Zero-D, contact Jim Smallwood at 805-962-9953 and visit the Natural Systems, Inc. web site at


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