At GP Jager, Inc., our mission is to ensure your complete satisfaction with our manufacturers' products and services. In 1995, Greg Jager started GP Jager, Inc. with one premier account, JWC Environmental, home of the renowned Muffin Monster. Today, GP Jager, Inc. represents well over eighty manufacturers of water and wastewater treatment in New York and New Jersey. Our product offering includes virtually every biological process, filtration, clarification, disinfection, chemical feed and mechanical equipment available today.
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The Quantaer Fine Bubble Aeration System Manufacturing Process July 2020
Watch the Aquarius Technologies Video for an up-close look at their manufacturing process and how they ensure you get a quality-built system for your specific application. All Aquarius Diffused Aeration Systems provide performance proven aeration system design representing the lowest cost of ownership.
Wastewater Pump Efficiency Research Study Conducted by Jacobs Engineering
Research conducted by Jacobs Engineering looking at 40 lift stations over 10 years indicates that DERAGGER™ has a substantial impact on reducing clogs. By allowing pumps to run efficiently, costs and the risks of spillage are reduced. Read the report here.
Long Beach Township, NJ Case Study August 2019
After Hurricane Sandy left the small resort town of Beach Haven Terrace underwater, all structures were required to be raised to protect against future storm damage. This included their water treatment plant. Pleased with the cost-savings and performance of an older 2005 upgrade, the Island once again selected the Tonka Water Brand to assist with the replacement water treatment plant needed after the storm. Download the case study here.
JWCE Muffin Monster July 2019
Customs and border officials at JFK airport check 1,000 bags an hour for narcotics and illicit food. Here's where the contraband goes. Read the Business Insider article here.