Alan Davies is the founder and owner of HydroDynamic Solutions, Inc, which was incorporated in 2010. After proudly serving in the United States Air Force for 6 years, he obtained a degree in construction management. Alan’s passion for finding solutions in the water and power realm lead him to build his own business.
He has made and continues to make a significant impact in water and waste water treatment throughout Florida, the Bahamas, small private islands, Florida Keys, and Kentucky. In addition, his knowledge and understanding in standby power has given him the opportunity to build partnerships with firms that serve the medical community.
Alan continues to add significant resource solutions to HDS to better serve clients and protect our valuable resources in the environment. Moreover, he believes that with the opportunities he has been given, that “giving back” is the key to continued success. Alan often extends his hand to fellow veterans to support and empower them. He also continuously looks for resources to help people who have been affected by natural disasters.
Kelli Oakley is the Business Development Manager at HydroDynamic Solutions, Inc. She is a graduate of Western Ky University and has 20 plus years in marketing, sales, and event management. Her vast experience has led to her strengths being networking and building relationships. Kelli, native of Kentucky, has spent the last 10 years working and volunteering in the nonprofit industry focusing on veterans.
She serves as Officer/Secretary on the Kentucky Patriot Guard Board and Honor Flight Bluegrass Board. She is a true believer in serving those who have graciously served us.
Yes, we have experience with treating water in southern Florida and the Caribbean. We have a variety of systems that push the water through a reverse osmosis filter. It involves removing all organic molecules and viruses, removing most minerals that are present in the water, and removing monovalent ions, which means that it desalinates the water.
Yes. Please contact HDS for additional details and engineering assistance.
Wastewater systems are sized based on the maximum number of gallons per day they can treat. This number is determined by the either the state or local officials.
We are continuing to certify installers and Operation/Maintenance. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the updated list in your area.
Yes. Please contact HDS or submit a contact form below for additional details and engineering assistance.
Onsite and decentralized wastewater treatment systems are an effective solution to protecting water quality in both urban and rural areas by providing affordable solutions and reducing risk to the environment in unusual situations and difficult locations. A decentralized wastewater system can assist with the following:
1) Cost-effective and economical,
2) Green and sustainable which benefits water quality and availability,
3) Safe in protecting the environment, public health, and water quality, and
4) Recycling capability that can support water resource management goals in many arid areas of the country.
Decentralized wastewater treatment takes in a variety of approaches for collection, treatment, and dispersal/reuse of wastewater for individual dwellings, industrial or institutional facilities, and clusters of homes or businesses.
Aerobic Treatment Units (ATUs) are similar to standard septic systems in that they use natural processes to treat wastewater. But unlike conventional systems, ATUs also use oxygen to break down organic matter, much the same as municipal wastewater treatment systems, but in a scaled-down version.
It is about taking care of our environment and our health. Several reasons include:
1) Clean water is critical to plants and animals that live in water,
2) Our marine and plant life depend on the rivers and ocean waters, and this is where the wastewater ends up,
3) Our waters are a playground for all of us for recreation and living, and
4) If water is not properly cleaned, in can carry disease so we need to take every opportunity to remove the harmful bacteria.
The major aim is to remove as much of the suspended solids as possible before the remaining water, labeled effluent, is discharged back to the environment.
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