My wife and I own IMR, a family wastewater business, and Clearbrooke has expanded our services with their lagoon bioaugmentation technology. Jeff and his staff have been very supportive from the initial training they provided for us and the subsequent follow-up visits
whenever we have asked them to help us with challenging situations. Clearbrooke is always available for consultation and technical questions.

I would recommend their services and products to anyone and look forward to a productive business partnership with them for many years to come.

~ George Salley

Manager of Sales and Field Operations

The City of Yale has been working with NuSystems for years (2010). This working relationship involves ReNew treatment of our lagoon system for the enhancement of the biological component of the lagoons. During this time, we have seen vast improvements in the testing results of the lagoons. I would encourage every community to consider forming a working relationship with NuSystems as I believe you will be pleased with the result.

We began using the ReNew Technology in 2008. Odor at the plant was noticeably less after the first day, grease build up was less after one week. Our primary classifier maintained a consistent D.O. of 1.0 ppm. After using ReNew we now maintain a D.O. of 33 ppm in the primary. We also have been able to shut the blower off 8—12 hours a day and saved 60—75 kilowatts daily. We are very satisfied.

Ford Hammon

Waste Water Plant Superintendent

I would personally like to send my appreciation for all your support, knowledge, and cooperation with the Village of Birch Run. Your assistance with our wastewater treatment has been excellent throughout the years. We have a great partnership and I look forward to
continuing our work together.
Thank You!

~ Marty Hauck

Manager of Sales and Field Operations

“The ReNew Enzyme sludge treatments conducted by NuSystems have been very effective in reducing sludge depth in the influent cells #1 and #2.
Cell #1 has an average depth of 7.6.” Cell #2 has an average of 3.4.” Both cells are down considerably from the 2008 measurements of 10.5 and 9.2 on September 23, 2015

~ Jeff Warren

DPW Superintendent