Case Study | July 14, 2014

Floating Cabins In B.C. Canada

Source: Bio-Microbics, Inc.
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Ocean Effluent Discharge

British Columbia’s fly-in recreational fishing lodge industry was threatened by federal regulators to be closed or fined up to $200,000 unless the sewage wastewater was treated. NOMADIC™ kept them open and operating.

Three types of fly-in recreational fishing lodges are located on the west coast of British Columbia operate 6 – 8 weeks per year, employ approximately 500 persons for the season and provide BC with an estimated annual economic benefit to the province of $25 – 35 million. One type of fishing lodge is land-based, another is a floating hotel barge and the third is a series of floating buildings joined together.