VIPs and Pi Day: The Circle of Wet Waste!
Today we have important American visitors from Rain For Rent. This company is a leading provider of temporary liquid handling solutions including pumps, tanks, filtration and spill containment. Their projects range from flood relief to construction site dewatering, sewer bypasses and industrial plant turnarounds. The company is known for its systems engineering expertise and its ability to tackle complex jobs cost effectively. Family owned and operated since 1934, it serves all 50 states of the USA, Canada and the UK from more than 65 locations.
In honour of them we’re celebrating Pi day! The American calendar reads today as 3.14, the initial figures of Pi. It is the crucial mathematical constant ratio between the circumference of a circle and its radius. Circles are a key element in the construction of our cylindrical tankers. We also have a cyclical nature to our wet waste management.
John Lake, Director of Rain for Rent and Hydro Cleansing’s Director Steve Hoad.
Our innovative tanker Megatron has an elegant cycle which allows for continual work. The beast vacuum sucks in wet waste its recycling unit sifts the water from the other elements of the waste and uses it to continue its high pressure jetting.
The water cycle is a beautiful thing in nature. We contribute to its fluid movement through modern life, in keeping sewers flowing, recycling waste water and much more. As people innovate, water is used in increasingly innovative ways. From harnessing its power to employing it in construction; it is essential in almost any endeavours. Society squeezes every benefit out of water, and it is often left as waste: sludge, slurry, faecal waste etc. At Hydro Cleansing we take these waste products and return them to purified water.
The water cycle flows through both of our businesses and HCL puts it back into its pure form.