We cooperate with Nature to ensure efficient, effective, successful, sustainable solutions. We solve problems in locations where human beings have needs regarding eco-system issues, food and forage production, soil, minerals, plants, water, temperature, and air. We continually work with BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, GEOLOGY, and PHYSICS.
NUTRIENT CONTROL, CONTAMINANT CAPTURE, and STORMWATER FILTRATION
We do not limit our scientific focus by narrow specialization. We do not limit our preparation or abilities. We solve complex environmental issues. Sometimes, our work includes gentle influence applied to management of wastes collecting at confined animal feeding facilities in many locations. We have been directly involved in processes and programs accomplishing capture and conversion ofover a million tons of high carbon wastes.Our work continues, as we convert industrial and agricultural by-products to high-value soil amendments and organic stimulants that enable energetic plant growth. We continue to design and to apply product and technique combinations to ensure capture and appropriate control of combinations that might otherwise result in eco-system damage. Our highly effective combination methods for capturing silt and contaminants, . . . filtering and control of stormwater, are simple and sustainable.
We listen, we observe, we learn what we need to learn to serve and solve with excellence. Our studies and our problem-solving discoveries never end. We listen carefully to client's needs. We carefully observe functions and connections in Nature. Our goal is to provide accurate and highly effective consultation, design, and engineering services that solve complicated issues. Example: John provided consultation and product for nature cooperative development in the initial projects at Las Campanas, near Santa Fe, New Mexico. www.lascampanas.com Objectives for this project included: root zone nutrient values, plant cell development, and water conservation.
Our projects include restoration of historic live oak trees that were damaged by Hurricane Katrina and other severe weather events that have caused ecosystem damage along the US Gulf Coast. Applying our products and techniques, we have accomplished soil restoration along twenty-six miles of the US Gulf Coast. As part of hurricane recovery initiatives, our team planted more than 34,000 hardwood trees.
Most of the trees we have planted, live in the forests of seven southern counties of Mississippi. We have also planted trees that live and provide values in city parks in our yards, and along city streets. Trees serve our needs in many ways. In the urban landscape, we are especially thankful for the beauty of trees, shade, protection, but if taken for granted and ignored, trees can become dangerous. A closer, NATURE COOPERATIVE relationship with your trees, plants, and the soil where they are rooted, can enhance safety and quality of life; for people, soil, trees, and plants.
Trident Environmental Services & Technologies projects include cooperative work with farmers, golf course superintendents, plant nursery professionals, landscape designers and developers, the USDA, and universities. We have worked with university initiatives, agricultural, industrial, remediation, and construction projects in Texas, Illinois, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Missouri, New Mexico, South Carolina, Alabama, and Mississippi.
Our products RZH and RZHO have been used successfully in marshland restoration projects. Our highly successful design, the RZHO Container method, led to amazing success in crude oil damaged marsh reestablishment, resulting in energetic plant growth, accretion (land building), and restoration of habitat. Our RZHO Containers have served with excellence in projects approved by the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, EPA, USACE, and other US Government and State Agencies. We are continuing to design genuine living shorelines, employing specialized methods that work.
A FEW OF OUR INVENTIONS (1974 - 2016)
RZH and RZHO Containers are included in our bio-remediation and phyto-remediation projects. John Wear, Consultant, Chief Scientist and President of Trident Environmental Services and Technologies, Inc., continues to focus on product development. Trident Solutions presently include waste control and waste conversion, bio-filter projects, wastewater reuse innovation, highly effective stormwater filtration designs, and specialized microorganism techniques. Some of our microbial tribes (sourced by techniques involving RZH biomass) are highly effective at digesting hydrocarbon spills and returning nutrients from the captured crude oil to beneficial uses. (Bio-remediation and Phyto-remediation working together.)
Early in 2013, our design team began work on specialized separator equipment and highly efficient down-draft aerators that include autonomous features. As of late January, 2015, we have realized that these devices are likely to be well accepted. We are certain that the use of these innovations can ensure significant savings, where they are used in municipal wastewater treatment facilities. (First design, prototype build, testing completed in 1998, by Wear the inventor and prototype designer, and Diller, the builder.)* *Energy and waste conversion developments began in 1974, and our ideas began to find acceptance in the early 1980s. (Meetings in Dallas, Tx. 1983, with Jack Vitullo, ERIP US Department of Energy, Energy Related Inventions Director re. approvals for energy efficient aeration and waste conversion methods and devices, and Stanley Mason, ("growing oil on trees," and other Nature cooperative ideas).
One of our separator devices can be used effectively as a combination clarifier and aerator in coastal locations, world wide, where hypoxia has continued to be a serious issue. The hopper/collector box, part of the separator structure, collects compostable solids and hydrocarbon slurry. The collected solids can be formulated for use as plant growth enhancers. The device can also be operated as a separator, to remove crude oil from water. The subject basic clarifier and aerator combination can be easily adapted to uses as part of municipal and industrial wastewater solutions, or can be mounted on a boat/barge for littoral zone clean-up tasks. Test market for this effective clarifier/aerator included use as a clean-up method to solve serious problems that developed in large dairy and cattle feed-lot lagoons.* *
Our highly efficient autonomous downdraft aerators can be used as central features in aerobic treatment of lagoon-collected sewage. The unique aerators are not expensive to operate. We provide example information, reasonably predicting operating costs. Several in-depth studies have been completed, through several years of examination. For wastewater lagoons deeper than 8 ft. to 10 ft. these vertical shaft, tiny-bubble producing, high efficiency impeller, downdraft aerators solve problems and are cost-effective.
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT; PACKAGED PRODUCTS RZH, RZHO, RZH-BCH
Our packaged products are sourced from the finest, select biomass. To maintain the acceptable nutrient combinations for RootZone Humus products, we source well-composted, high Carbon blends of highest quality. Our interest in basic biomass includes focus on microbial values and adenosine triphosphate (ATP) potential. We are interested in high-volume ATP presence within the developing product. We know that further development of this vital nucleotide must be enabled in the appropriate processing of basic material. We care much about quality control. We know that our products will ensure energetic and strong cell development. Our RZH, RZHO, and RZH-BCH are highest energy-enabling quality, to ensure reliable growth of garden vegetable plants, flowers, trees, and grasses. Our products provide natural, sustained fertility.
In the photo to your left, Will is spreading RZH on Gulf Coast grass and soil that had been damaged by saltwater surges resulting from Hurricane Katrina's powerful winds. Our objectives included lowering the pH of the soil, and providing an organic matter percentage of at least 2%. The grass survived, thrived, and the surrounding trees benefited much from the applications of RZH. We apply RZH and other RootZone Humus blends, to solve sandy and salty soil issues.
THINKING ABOUT THE NATURE-COOPERATIVE PRODUCT WE CALL RZH
The RootZone Humus product we call RZH, is a safe and reliable multi-use biomass. RZH "designed-first benefits" include these facts: 1. Will do no harm. (no burn possible) 2. Will be beneficial and available (nutrient loaded) 3. Maintains a minus charge (high CEC) 4. Easy to spread. 5. Delivers huge volumes of beneficial microorganisms. 6. Improves soil physical structure. 7. Improves soil biological condition (ensures living soil). 8. Ensures soil chemical benefits. 9. Solves damage issues caused by harsh fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. 10. Our "designed-first" products RZH, RZHO, and RZH-BCH ensure organic stability, sustained cell development, and vector protection.
SOME OF THE INGREDIENTS IN OUR PRODUCTS
In every container of RZH, RZHO, and RZH-BCH, we include Nitrogen for foliage values, Phosphorus to ensure strong and healthy root development, Potassium for sugars and starches, Calciumto stimulate roots and to allow for root extension, Magnesium to stimulate chlorophyll development, Sulfur for and from beneficial bacteria development, Iron to allow solar energy to work well with the chlorophyll action, Zinc to stimulate growth, Copper to ensure elasticity and flexibility for stems and branches, Manganese to better enable Iron and to enhance seed development, and Boron to work with Iron and to better enable seed development. In addition, the very nature of such a special biomass ensures the presence of living organisms; they add special fertility values, vector control, and protection from contamination. We are also well experienced as to the values and blending of certain zeolites and other special amendments.
Our aerobic composting techniques ensure high-value microbial development. Nature-cooperative composting methods and accurate blending of components guarantee the effectiveness of RZH as to energizing cell development and remediating toxic conditions.
Remediation, fertility, accretion
Will spreads RZH, . . .
As provider of consulting services, technologies development, and high-value solutions, we are determined to serve with accuracy and excellence. Our experience includes in-depth consultation, inventing, fabrication of pollution control systems. We have developed high-quality product from putrescible wastes, from Nitrate and Phosphate contaminated lagoons and water bodies. Our unique methods are effective. Our hands-on work clearly demonstrates the effectiveness of our methods.
TRIDENT ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES & TECHNOLOGIES, Inc. methods and products defeat existing hypoxic conditions and the causes. Our methods and products do not allow hypoxic conditions to develop. Our methods and eco-system management programs provide specific value changes. T.E.S.T. methods and systems bring relief and financial benefits to agricultural producers, to municipal and industrial waste-generating facilities.
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Our biofilters protect ecosystems
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IMPROVE PRODUCTION and PREVENT CONTAMINATION OF YOUR CROPS YOUR SOIL, THE ECOSYSTEM, BY USING OUR
PROVEN PRODUCTS & METHODS.
RZH & RZH-BCH Bioactive Colloidal Humus
Our basic product RZH, can be purchased in large tote bags, (One US Ton/2,000 lb.,)
$450.00 USD, ea. US Ton (Discounts available)
$ $ $ FOB Long Beach, MS. $ $ $
Buy RZH in 40 lb. bags, call for current pricing., FOB Long Beach, MS.
We discount for volume purchases.
Our liquid product, RZH-BCH, a liquid colloidal humus/humate, designed for both fertility boost and vector control, sells for$18.50 USD, per gallon of concentrate,
FOB Long Beach, MS.
Generous discounts for large volume orders; call us for custom orders and special pricing.
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We ship liquid quantities of bioactive colloidal humus (RZH-BCH) up to 250 US gallons, single tote.
( RZHO, a specialized remediation product, is blended and provided by special order. )
Call 228-314-0400 to confirm current prices and shipping costs.
Call John, 504-520-0537 with questions about RZH product enhancements, related organisms, and education programs.
ADVICE FOR PRODUCT USES
RZH PRODUCT APPLICATION SUGGESTIONS: Did you top-dress bare areas with RZH? (areas where soil is poor and grass/plants are not looking healthy). Apply total contents of one, 40 pound bag to 1,000 square feet (distribute evenly, or just spread evenly on the problem areas). After an even spreading of RZH, allow the RZH dry product to begin working, overnight. If the area has been looking "very bad," next morning, before 9AM, spray RZH-BCH, to dampen the area where RZH dry product was applied. To enhance cell development, add just one tablespoon of molasses to one gallon of the RZH-BCH. Remember, moisture availability to the roots is vital for plant health and growth. RZH, blended into rooting soil at a percentage of 5% to 10% can reliably enable the rooting area moisture your plants need. Our methods & RZH will ensure the development of appropriate air-spaces at the roots of plants. In the South-Central and Southern USA, hope you have started your herbs in a blend of your good soil 10% to 25% RZH mixed in. Our special "compost tea" RZH-BCH can help ensure a healthy springtime start for existing plants. Do some thorough watering with 3:1 ratio of non-chlorinated water and RZH-BCH. Plant some "cool season annuals," in a mix of rooting media with about 25% RZH.
We advised that much soil feeding and fertility values should be added to soil in the fall season. The months of October and November. That fall and early winter foliar feeding (just a gentle spraying with our energetic RZH-BCH, a good and thorough drenching of the shallow tree roots, (no deep root feeding), helped to energize trees in preparation for winter. Winter came, and now we see the results of our work. Grass is green, well rooted, and we will be able to defeat a few patches of diseased turf, that probably came to us with issues. We establish the right nutrient and organism balances, and simply cure the issues.
On our lawns, we focused on one very damaged tree. I spread RZH dry product at the base, and out to starving roots, then drenched with RZH-BCH, full strength. That tree is looking fine now, as the month of May, here in Southern Mississippi, brings spring rain and warmer weather.
Remaining challenges from tthatch issues, various locations on your grass lawn, spray the "matted area" with a good soaking of RZH-BCH. The microbes in the energetic compost tea, will eagerly digest the dry, dead, matted material. As the eager organisms digest the dead, dry material, (that used to be living grass), they will provide new fertility values to your lawn. Winter lawns and gardens needed nutrients; just enough Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, Calcium, Iron, and the soil needs to breathe; Oxygen and Hydrogen must also be present in the rooting area. Carbon is needed, too.
Even through the toughest wintertime, these RZH and RZH-BCH energy treatments, plus the Natural values these products stimulate can ensure successful Springtime growth.
If ambient humidity has been very low. You may need to do some deep-watering to maintain the values in some plants. Our RZH-BCH liquid amendment can help with continuing plant energy and survival. Protect plants from weather extremes.
RZH . . . RootZone Humus delivery, to the
GROW DAT YOUTH FARM, New Orleans
THINK ABOUT THIS: The Chesapeake Bay is served by at least 150 major rivers and streams. A 64,000 square mile watershed continually carries water to the Chesapeake, the largest of the 100 estuaries in the USA. The states of Delaware, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C. are included in the watershed to the Chesapeake. The Chesapeake continues to receive pollution from poorly managed confined animal feeding locations, from the Occoquan Reservoir (phosphates, copper sulfate, pharmaceuticals, and other . . .). Virginia has more than 100 chicken and hog "factory farms." Many of the large animal feeding facilities discharge polluted water into the streams and rivers that flow into the Chesapeake Bay. Nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment pollution, (about 15 million lb. of Nitrogen each year, and more than a million lb. of Phosphorus), escape to waterways, from the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake and from the Shenandoah Valley. More than 100 large confined animal feeding facilities may be contributing to the serious environmental impact that causes eutrophication and hypoxia. We understand the issues involved. By developing high-quality soil amendments, we have turned serious problems into benefits and financial profit for some who were previously causing pollution. Our methods always include the probability of product development, packaging, and local use of high quality soil amendments made from the previously contaminating wastes. In locations where we solve such issues, we anticipate potential increase of storage business, finished product sales, and distribution of RootZone Humus, high quality packaged soil amendments. (JOBS and EDUCATION, FOR PEOPLE IN COMMUNITIES WHERE WE PRODUCE RootZone Products!)
THINK ABOUT THIS: The Missouri River flows into the Mississippi River, forming a river system that catches the run-off drainage from 31 states and 2 provinces in Canada. Connected flow from the US Great Lakes runs east to the St. Lawrence River. Sediment and contaminants are carried from agricultural enterprise, all along the Missouri, the Mississippi, and the St. Lawrence. Many poorly designed, poorly managed municipal wastewater treatment facilities, leaking landfills, confined animal feeding facilities, and farms that use harsh herbicides, pesticides, & high-Nitrate fertilizers release sediment and chemicals into these major waterways. TRIDENT ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES & TECHNOLOGIES, Inc. provides solutions to end the present issues of contamination. Our solutions can eliminate most of the present hypoxia causes, while increasing productivity and providing many related benefits to producers. We help to solve issues that are contributing to eutrofication and hypoxia throughout the waterways, including the areas of hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico.
Soil and plant fertility.
Waste conversion, to useful soil energy amendments.
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Call: 1.228.314-0400 or 1.504.520.0537