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Wastewater Technology

The technology includes patents, trademark, plant design, over 150 installations in North America and the Caribbean, and over 20 years in designing, building and operating wastewater treatment plants in the Infrastructure sector.

Wastewater Treatment Plants

ALPHA is focused on providing green and environmentally-friendly wastewater treatment plants to both mature markets and emerging markets world-wide with a focus on recycled water. ALPHA supplies competitive high standard plants to the municipal,retrofit, private development, recreational and commercial wastewater treatment sectors.

Biological Nutrient Removal

ALPHA’S wastewater plants use a proprietary biological process, including biological nutrient removal processes with Luxury Uptake™, to treat wastewater in a single bioreactor. Alpha Wastewater technology and systems are based on the proven, patented and award-winning ECOfluid System’s UPFLOW SLUDGE BLANKET FILTRATION (USBF™).

New Pools

Build your new custom pool with us. We build it better, faster and cheaper than any other company in the business. Request a free quote today! Indoor and outdoor pools offer with waste water management systems.

Pool Repair

We can help with any type of repair work and get your pool working like new in no time. We offer the full range of services from basic repairs to total replacements.

Pool Maintenance

We'll come out and assess your situation and let you know what work needs to be done right away and what can wait. We'll keep a close eye on all of our customer's pools with weekly visits and quick fixes when they need them.

Alpha Wastewater was formed in 2009 and achieved US Public Trading status on November 9, 2010 for the sole purpose of launching ECOfluid System’s award-winning USBF™ patented wastewater technology into the World markets. The technology includes patents, trademark, plant design, over 150 installations in North America and the Caribbean, and over 20 years in designing, building and operating wastewater treatment plants in the Infrastructure sector.

Charlie Mayer

Сomfortable pool

How Much Does It Cost to Build an Above Ground Pool?

There are several different types of above ground pools available. Resin pools, for example, are made of hard plastic. These pools typically still use steel parts in the wall to provide additional support. These parts will eventually rust and need to be replaced, but you won’t have to replace the entire pool. Resin pools can cost from $900 to $5,000.

It is important to consider your budget when choosing an above ground pool. It will help you know which products to buy and when to install them. A simple one-day installation is possible, though it may take longer if you have other projects going on at the same time. For example, if you’re building a pool with a fence around it, you’ll want to consider additional features that you’ll need in the future.

Prices for above ground pools vary depending on how deep they are and which manufacturer they’re made by. While the price of an above ground pool will be different for each individual project, it is likely to be between $1,500 and $3,500. Remember that a higher-quality model will cost more, but it will last longer.

The cost of permits is another major expense when building a pool. A permit can cost between $200 and $300, depending on the size and location. Excavation costs can vary from $400 to $1500, with the cost of excavation increasing depending on whether the ground is difficult. Excavation costs are largely due to the amount of dirt required, which will need to be removed. Often, you can reuse this dirt for landscaping or gardening.

Best Choice

What's Better? Indoor or Outdoor Pool?

There are many reasons to choose an indoor pool over an outdoor pool. First, outdoor pools are only useful in warmer months. Second, they are not always fully chlorinated, and the weather can be unpredictable. Also, an outdoor pool is more difficult to sell if it is not open all year long.

Swimming pools are a great addition to any home, but they are particularly attractive in areas where winters are short. Additionally, a pool makes more sense in a more upscale neighborhood, where other homes have swimming pools. However, it is still important to consider the amount of usage you plan to get from it.

Another advantage of an indoor pool is that you don’t have to worry about chlorine, which is dangerous in high amounts. Chlorine can cause a variety of health problems, including migraine headaches, chronic bronchitis, and digestive problems. Additionally, an indoor pool requires less maintenance. Unlike an outdoor pool, you won’t have to clean the walls and surfaces of the water, and you won’t have to deal with the sand and mud that can make swimming miserable.

The indoor version of a pool is an ideal playground for children. You can equip your indoor pool with waterfalls, water slides, palm trees, and other fun things to entertain and train your children. An indoor pool can also become a beautiful centrepiece of your home. Plus, it can be used rain or shine.

One of the problems with indoor pools is water condensation. The humidity in the air will cause water droplets to form on any surface that is cool and moist. This can lead to mould, mildew, and even corrosion. A dehumidifier can be used to reduce the humidity level in a room or space by pulling moisture out of the air and converting it into liquid form for easy disposal.

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