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November 8, 2022

SediVision Founder, Denver Stutler, Featured on Podcast with DooDoo Diva

Denver Stutler, CEO of SediVision® and US Submergent Technologies, was honored to be featured on the DooDoo Diva “Smells Like Money” Podcast.

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September 23, 2022

USST is Seeking a Qualified Heavy Equipment & Truck Mechanic

Headquartered in Orlando Florida, USST is seeking to add a qualified Heavy Equipment & Truck Mechanic to its team. This Heavy Equipment & Truck Mechanic will be primarily responsible for maintenance and repair of USST’s fleet of vehicles and heavy equipment. Sound like you? Download and submit an application today.

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September 9, 2022

Values and Mission in Wastewater Management at USST

A companywide, core commitment to values and mission helps differentiate US Submergent in wastewater management.

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June 21, 2022

In the Limelight: GM Keith Sommers on the 2022 WWD Young Pros List

The teams at U.S. Submergent and SediVision are proud to announce that Keith Sommers, our General Manager, has been honored on the WWD Young Pros 2022 list.

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May 27, 2022

Career Opportunities NOW at U.S. Submergent Technologies and SediVision

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May 19, 2022

GRWA 2022 – Thank you for another great conference Georgia!

Thank you to GRWA 2022 attendees and organizers for another great conference!

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February 28, 2022

350 Tons of Material Removed from Basins in Central Florida

A Challenging Environment Calls for Skillful Pros In Central Florida, a 12 MGD reclamation facility was experiencing a loss of capacity in their north aeration and anoxic basins.  These tanks presented a challenge because they were lined with rows of diffusers that circulate oxygen feeding the microorganisms and bacteria residents that break down the waste.  This job required experienced professionals to access and remove the built-up material, so the customer called on U.S. Submergent Technologies (USST) for a solution.  USST has cleaned tanks, pipes, and lift stations on over 400 projects around the United States.  Our qualified crews know how

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January 27, 2022

63 Tons of Material Removed from Rural Treatment Plant

Florida Sand and Grit Grant Program Reimburses Restoration Costs A rural community located in Southeast Florida’s Treasure Coast was experiencing capacity issues with their wastewater treatment plant’s multi-tank.  Specifically, inside their chlorine contact chamber, which disinfects and treats the wastewater.  A considerable amount of debris was clogging up this structure and decreasing efficiency at the plant. This municipal wastewater treatment plant collects and treats more than 500,000 gallons of wastewater per day and met the qualifications for reimbursement through Florida’s Sand and Grit Grant Program, which makes it possible for publicly owned facilities averaging 3MGD or less to address the

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December 16, 2021

Sanitary Sewer Overflows – Is There a Solution?

USST’s See, Clean, & VerifyTM Services Save Time and Money Sanitary Sewer Overflows – Is There a Solution?  Yes, especially if the overflow is caused by an obstruction.   When working with a customer who is facing issues with sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) U.S. Submergent Technologies (USST) first tries to understand the problem.  At USST, our experience has been that every sewer pipeline system is unique and collects debris differently and gaining visibility into the pipeline is the first step.  Recently, a county in Southwest Florida was at risk of SSO from their large diameter sanitary sewer pipeline, which encompassed over

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