BioMicrobics Receives “2017 North American Integrated Water Treatment Technology” Award
Frost & Sullivan awards BioMicrobics on the basis of overcoming industry challenges and leveraging business impact with a commitment to innovation, creativity, and technology incubation.
Shawnee, KANSAS: BioMicrobics is pleased to receive the 2017 North American Integrated Water Treatment Technology Leadership Award from Frost & Sullivan.
BioMicrobics has achieved this distinction through its commitment to improving water treatment for the sustainable development of rural properties and communities. The BioMicrobics team applies its expertise and insight to drive sustainable, integrated water resource management with not only products and policies, but to assist with planning and technical know-how to ensure proper sizing, installation, and maintenance are performed.
“We are proud to present BioMicrobics with this year’s Award for best practices in Technology Leadership in the integrated water treatment technology industry,” said David Frigstad, Chairman, Frost & Sullivan. “To exhibit leadership in technology is never an easy task, but it is one made even more difficult considering today’s competitive intensity, customer volatility, and economic uncertainty—not to mention the difficulty of innovating in an environment of escalating challenges to intellectual property. Within this context, your receipt of this Award signifies an even greater accomplishment.”
Headquartered in Shawnee, Kansas, BioMicrobics’ commitment to society is reflected in its compact, easy to deploy, and sustainable solutions that exceed performance, security, quality, and safety standards for treatment of water, wastewater, stormwater, greywater, and marine sewage. The company has revolutionized the water treatment industry with its alternatives to the ineffective conventional septic systems of municipal sewage treatment plants. Through its subsidiary companies Scienco/FAST and SeptiTech, BioMicrobics’ systems provide numerous advantages over traditional sewer lines. These include the return of treated water to communities or industrial plants, water supply reliability, ecosystem welfare, ground water management optimization, and water quality enhancement.
“This award proves our commitment to innovation and provides instant credibility for BioMicrobics as we compete with many companies in over 70 countries to support nearly 3,000 water-related projects a year,” said Robert J. Rebori, President of BioMicrobics, Inc. “It validates the hard work of our employees, as BioMicrobics overcomes industry challenges to create simple, low-cost, robust water treatment solutions that are normally complex. Thank you!”
BioMicrobics (https://www.biomicrobics.com) products are an ideal “integrated water strategy” for the rural/urban environment. Tested and certified by many National and International Certification programs, the products allow long-term operational performance with easy and low-cost maintenance to deal with sewage (blackwater), greywater, and stormwater runoff. With water supplies increasingly strained, communities are looking for new ways to develop and manage local water resources. One of the most exciting paradigm shifts in sustainable water management is the integration of smaller, decentralized onsite systems that treat and reuse water within buildings.