New Waste Concepts introduced a revolutionary new leachate evaporation product in 2012. A little over a year later that product is changing the way some of the largest corporations in the Solid Waste Industry handle their Leachate.

NWC’s Typhoon Saturation Head technology is enabling landfills to rethink how they deal with their leachate. Waste Management is currently evaluating and testing the Typhoon LINK System at their Central Disposal Facility over the next couple month. The Typhoon Evaporation platform could save them 1000 upon 10oo’s of dollars in leachate treatment costs.

Meanwhile Waste Industries has moved quickly to take advantage of these savings and has rolled out NWC Evaporation Systems at two of its landfills with others in the planning stages.

Until recently leachate evaporation was not considered a mainstream technique by the waste industry. 2013 has seen a huge shift and as a result the demand for a low maintenance and cost effective leachate evaporation systems sky rocket. New Waste Concepts Typhoon Series of evaporation equipment is specifically designed for evaporating leachates and other potentially hazardous materials.

It appears that NWC has really developed a money saving technique said a recently interviewed landfill manager. Other evaporation systems cost a minimum of 0.06 per gallon to evaporate while treatment costs vary from 0.10 to 0.15 per gallon. NWC’s technology is over the life of the equipment less then 0.02 per gallon.. Offering a huge potential savings to its customers.

It remains to be seen how big of a market the lechate evaporation business is but if the biggest movers and shakers in the industry are moving forward quickly you can bet the potential growth of this new segment is huge and the savings for the companies who adopt this technology early.