Crest Precast manufactured and placed 7 tanks totaling 160,000 gallons for the this waste water treatment system at a new golf course in Wisconsin. The tank sizes included three each 38,000 gallon tanks, a 10,000 gallon, and two model 18,000 gallon making this one of the largest onsite treatment systems in the State.
This installation incorporates Delta Environmental's ECOPODs. This advanced water treatment system reduces Nitrogen, BOD and TSS.
Crest also furnished 2 each 10,000 gallon tanks for storage of water for the fire protection system.
Toad's Cove in Trempealeau, Wisconsin was facing a significant problem. They wanted to add a car wash to their busy convenience store but the Wisconsin State Plumbing code would not allow wash bay discharge into the soil. They have invested in a AQUA BIO system to completely recycle the wash water and reuse. This was accomplished with large precast concrete settlement and treatment tanks supplied by Crest Precast and fitted with equipment from AQUA BIO Technologies.
Crest Precast designed and erected two each 30 person FEMA rated storm shelters for Washington County Minnesota Housing Authority at Oak Hill Court in Scandia, MN The units have frost free foundations and precast siding texture with color to match the existing buildings.
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FEMA rated Storm Shelters for Oak Hill Court in Scandia, MN
These two 12,000 gallon holding tanks where placed for Dupont Cheese plant in Central Wisconsin in 5 degree weather. All weight-reducing waffles were removed on this tank to increase wall thickness. Increased thickness equals increased tank life in an acidic environment.
The tanks have a special interior coating to withstand the low ph of the waste water. Interior Coating: Conseal 1800.
The School District of Wausau WI purchased a Model 15,000 and a Model 18,000 gallon holding tank to serve the needs of the Maine Elementary school with a population of 236 students. The largest tank weight was 64,000# per pick Project was completed before the fall season starts.