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Gleamingwood Drive
Chatham
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ME5 8RZ
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Evac Toilets Reduce Water Consumption

Tuesday, 11 December 2018 13:51

 

Evac toilets significantly reduce water consumption. The image below shows how much water is saved with our toilets in a year. Our vacuum toilets are used in both buildings and marine vessels.

 

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Lunch Time Seminars

Wednesday, 05 December 2018 14:44

 

Within the last month, EVDS have been busy providing “lunch and learn” seminars in the offices of key public health design companies. Such companies to recently benefit are;

 

  • WSP
  • Norman Disney Young
  • Cundall
  • Chapman BDSP
  • Applied Energy

 

Using animation files, we are able to demonstrate the function of a vacuum drainage system within your own offices.

 

Would you like a technical seminar on the Evac system at your offices?

 

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It's Not Just Sewage that goes into a Vacuum Drain

Monday, 26 November 2018 11:57

 

Vacuum Food Waste Collection - 22 BishopsgateTower

 EVDS are extremely proud to announce its first vacuum food waste system to be installed into the building industry in the world. Whilst commonplace within the marine sector, Evac had not sold this concept into a building, however, the new 22 Bishopsgate Tower that will stand at some 62 storeys high will have all of its restaurants and food halls located on the highest floors. This posed an issue for the building owners who did not want food waste transported via bins leaving a sticky mess in its wake throughout the building.

 

The introduction of the vacuum food waste system will allow users to scrape plates/empty bins into a feeding station where it will be macerated and mixed with a small amount of water to form a slurry. This mixture will then be delivered to the holding tank via a 50mm pipe that will be located in the basement.

 

Once the tank is full, a lorry will arrive and transport the collected waste to an anaerobic plant where the waste will be turned into biogas. The collection charges for the liquid waste will not only be environmentally friendly, but offer huge refuse cost savings to the client.

 

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