JWC sewage grinders featured on The Learning Channel

JWC Environmental's wastewater product line featured on the cable TV show Mega Machines, which aired Feb. 8. CD-Rom copies of event available from company...

COSTA MESA, CA, Feb. 7, 2005 -- The hit cable show Mega Machines, about oversized industrial machinery, will feature an up-close and entertaining look at the Channel Monster® and Macho Monster sewage grinders from JWC Environmental. The show was to air Tuesday, Feb. 8, at 8:00 p.m., on TLC, and the segment on JWC starts around 8:40pm. The episode might re-air in the future.

Viewers can see these sewage grinders slice and dice all the odds and ends that end up in sewage -- including food, wooden poles, rocks, a printer, a keyboard and even a table and some chairs.

The TLC camera crew spent several days with JWC employees, visiting a pump station operated by the Union Sanitary District and one of JWC's manufacturing facilities in Santa Ana, Calif.

With upbeat music and an energetic announcer, the Mega Machines show -- hosted by former NFL star Tony Siragusa -- makes this in-depth look at sewage grinders funny, educational and delightfully entertaining.

Each week Mega Machines features a handful of the world's toughest, biggest, strongest or tallest machinery, and JWC is proud to have the Monster family of grinders featured. As the show's website points out, "From digging to dumping, loading to lifting, crushing to carrying, Mega Machines are the only machines big enough, mean enough and massive enough to bring monster tasks down to size!"

Advanced sewage treatment equipment is of vital and growing importance to the world. JWC Environmental is a leading manufacturer of equipment for wastewater treatment, solids reduction, solids removal and processing. The Monster family of products is legendary for quality and reliability -- including the Muffin Monster and Channel Monster sewage grinder, Auger Monster screen, Screenings Washer Monster and Monster Separation SystemTM incorporating a fine screen or band screen with superior screenings conditioning. Our superior technology provides solutions for the most demanding applications for sludge grinders, shredders, screens, washer compactors and septic receiving stations.

Founded in 1973, JWC Environmental (www.jwce.com), of Costa Mesa, Calif., specializes in wastewater treatment equipment solutions. Those who would like a CD-Rom copy of the show can request one by emailing jwce@jwce.com.


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