Emco is the exclusive provider of DO2E’s highly efficient floating Aerators Mixers for Waste Water Treatment plants, Pulp and Paper Mills, Mining, Contaminated Lakes and other applications such as Water Curtains.
Emco only distributes the best-engineered products in their category. Our products provide unique and simple solutions to old problems. We are staffed by engineers and have trained field support throughout the country.
As a valued member of the BC Hydro PowerSmart Alliance due to our tecnology reducing hydro costs by up to 80% depending on the application. We work with Engineers, Consultants, Municipalities, Developers and Contractors to provide cost effective and technically sound solutions. Customer value is delivered by the introduction of new, engineered solution-oriented products and services. Our engineering staff and support team are there with you from concept studies, through design, and installation. We work with installation contractors to ensure projects are delivered to your satisfaction.
The DO2E Water Curtain Aeration System for Sewage Lagoons, WWTP, Harbours, Ponds, Lakes, wherever hi-efficiency aeration is required. These systems will move up to 24 MGD using the Venturi Air Manifold Technology. EMCO and DO2E are at the forefront of new water treatment technologies using their exclusive ‘Venturi Air Manifold’ technology or VAM!
Applications for VAM technology include the following:
Hi Efficiency Aeration Systems and Mixers. Applications are waste water treatment plants, sewage lagoons, aqua-culture, ports, harbors, lakes, and any body of water where Dissolved Oxygen levels are low and hi-effiency aeration is required. VAM aerators from DO2E can reduce power consumption by up to 80% and are simply the most efficient aerators on the market today.
Our water curtain technology can also help control algae growth and restrict Mosquito populations. Water Curtain technology from DO2E was one of only 30 technologies selected out of over 123,000 technologies submitted for testing by the BP, Deep Water Horizon HIT (High Interest Technology) program and deemed a success at cleaning up oil from the Deep Water Horizon spill in the gulf coast.