Wastewater maintenance company Polston Applied Technologies changes name
Photo: U.S. Submergent Technologies.
ORLANDO, FL, FEBRUARY 23, 2017 — U.S. Submergent Technologies (USST) is officially the new name of the wastewater system maintenance innovator previously known as Polston Applied Technologies.
The name change comes as part of an ongoing initiative by U.S. Submergent Technologies to redefine how the capacity of wet infrastructure is restored and to communicate better the company’s unique capability to provide waste removal from wet infrastructure (tanks and large-diameter pipes) without the need for bypass pumping.
USST has successfully brought its disruptive technology to the wastewater collection and treatment industry.
The category of Submergent Cleaning is defined as the ability to remove sand, grit and residuals from wet environments, primarily tanks and pipes.
U.S. Submergent Technologies stands as the only company offering this highly-effective technology for waste removal from wet infrastructure.
Denver Stutler, an engineer and former principal at Camp Dresser and McKee Inc., international environmental engineering firm, served as the Chief of Staff (2003 – 2005) to Governor Jeb Bush, and was appointed and confirmed by the Florida Senate as Secretary (2005 – 2007) of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).
Building on Stutler’s public and private sector expertise, U.S. Submergent Technologies has utilized itsGritGone(SM) process (formerly the Polston Process) to clean wastewater collection and treatment structures once clogged with sand, restoring their capacity.
The GritGone(SM) process uses the exclusive Combination3™ technology equipment of USST to produce successful results other technologies cannot match.
All company phone numbers remain the same, email addresses will reach corresponding staff members and the previous web address is seamlessly redirecting website users towww.ussubmergent.com.