Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce a contract funded by the Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) to demonstrate Terragon’s “TRU Habitat” using MAGSTM, WETT-GTM and WETT-STM technologies. The demonstration will take place at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center at Twentynine Palms, California. The project is a joint effort between Terragon, Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC) and Sustained Turn Corp.
The main objective of this demonstration is to address liquid and solid waste streams at Forward Operating Bases (FOB). The installation of Terragon’s patented technologies on-site will reduce the requirements for water and wastewater transportation, improve self-sustainability, decrease costs, and reduce security risks. A successful demonstration will provide a safe and sustainable method for reducing solid and liquid waste streams, and very high returns in the short and long terms.
About “TRU” Habitats: The Total Resource Utilization Habitat, also known as “TRU Habitat”, integrates Terragon’s MAGSTM and WETTTM using the habitat’s liquid and solid waste streams to provide thermal energy and clean water to use on-site. This system gives any habitat the power of self-sufficiency, resource independence, and off-grid sustainability.
About Terragon: Terragon develops innovative environmental technologies to enable off-grid sustainability for many markets. The Company’s vision is to transform habitats into zero-waste environments, whereby all waste streams are used to generate valuable resources. Terragon has been recognized worldwide for its efforts and has received numerous awards for its technologies.
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Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc.