For crops, uniform distribution is the Holy Grail of water management. To offset the difficulties of crop management in the arid desert, the Israelis developed a drip irrigation system that will deliver a precise amount of water to their precious olive trees. The inventors of Bio-Guard expanded upon this technology and developed a non-discharging methodology that filters waste water so that it can be delivered directly to the site. This methodology eliminates nitrogen, pathogens and reduces bacteria and then lets the soil take care of the rest. For example, the treated effluent from a clubhouse can be used for golf course irrigation and landscaping. In addition to conserving highly treated, expensive drinking water, wastewater reuse limits the release of nutrient-rich wastewater into environmentally stressed rivers and streams.
The pumps, control panels and variable frequency drives necessary to accomplish this functionality need to be protected and for that, they turned to Shelter Works. The Shelter Works fiberglass field equipment shelter provided a perfect solution due to the following major factors: