ACT uses high tech equipment to conduct a residential transformer oil abatement for one of their major energy industry clients.
Two ACT scientists are preparing to pump an oxidant into a mixing tank for use in eliminating contamination in groundwater.
Clark Environmental’s Thermal Treatment Facility cleans and recycles petroleum contaminated soils and sludges. It is the largest thermal treatment plant in the Southeastern United States.
Earthlinked Technologies manufactures high-efficiency geothermal heat pumps for residential and commercial use.
Saddle Creek Corporation has begun using tractors that run solely on compressed natural gas
Madrid Engineering Group, Inc. President, Larry Madrid, in front of his first Greenovative Homes project
Earthlinked Technologies’ facility was the first LEED certified building in Polk County.
Oasis Verde, Greenovative Homes’ first home in Bartow which was the feature home in the Parade of Homes.
Noble Juice was the first company to package juice in an eco-friendly bottle and sleeve made entirely from plants. Their innovative packaging won the Produce Marketing Association’s coveted Impact Award for Environment and Sustainability Excellence in Packaging in 2008.
Curry Controls Company was instrumental in helping Polk County, FL reduce its annual Leachate management costs by more than $1 million a year. Leachate is the toxic liquid seeping through the landfill garbage. It was recycled in the piles to accelerate decomposition and reduce the cost of disposal into the environment.