The process of separating sewage from sewage works has long been known to be laborious, time consuming and expensive.
Now, a new technology called sewage, developed by the company Sewage and a small group of academics, is promising a way to automate the process.
According to the company’s announcement, the new sewage system will allow a team to remove water and waste directly from sewage treatment equipment.
The technology also can remove nutrients from sewage and water.
In a video released by the Sewage Labs website, a Sewage technician explains the technology, describing it as a “new method for wastewater treatment in wastewater treatment plants.”
It’s an impressive project that seems to be working.
A 2014 study found that sewage reduced sewage effluent by about 33 percent, and a 2016 study found sewage to be nearly 95 percent efficient at removing water and wastewater.
This new technology, according to Sewage, is able to remove the effluent that causes the problem.
“If we’re not careful, we can cause an ecological disaster and we have a real impact on the environment,” Sewage CEO Alex N. Steed said in a statement.
“If we don’t take action, we are going to continue to have a problem that’s going to last a very long time.
It’s really important that we have the technology now to address the issues of pollution and waste disposal.”
The technology was developed in collaboration with Cornell University, the University of Michigan and the University at Buffalo, and is being tested in a septic system at the Buffalo Niagara Water Treatment Plant.