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3.7 Designs Launches Web Site For Eco-Friendly Ferthaul

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Ann Arbor-based 3.7 Designs has announced the official launch of the new Web site for Ferthaul, a company responsible for some of the most innovative and revolutionary technology available in the municipal, agricultural and food industries.

Many experts have concluded that eco-friendly systems are not compatible with industry and agriculture. Ferthaul is proving that idea is a myth with its patented iCan Loading System and iCan Agi-Pump that maximizes profitability, while reducing the carbon footprint of industries in a variety of ways.

Located in Dexter, Ferthaul specializes in manure hauling and bio-solids management. The firm has been a leading provider in the transportation and application of wastewater throughout North America since 1992. The company is dedicated to providing healthier crops, restoring land composition and boosting crop yields through the utilization of its elite land management systems.

Nick Szabo is the president and CEO of Ferthaul, a well-known innovator in the agricultural industry. He’s spent the last 15 years researching, modifying and perfecting top of the line agricultural equipment to excel in even the most difficult climatic and soil variations.

Thomas Smyth is the firm’s vice-president and chief advisor. He brings a wealth of experience to the company through the agricultural industry. He’s a former president and CEO of Heinz Canada Inc. and served as chairman of the Agricultural Research Institute of Ontario. He was also the chair of Food & Consumer Products of Canada and worked for 13 years with the Agriculture Adaptation Council.

Ferthaul’s iCan Loading System supports a 100 percent payload for spreaders and trucks in under one minute. The increased loading efficiency reduces and can even prevent the bottleneck effect typically found in large projects. Companies that rely on dirt haulers for large construction projects will see a significant reduction in the amount of wind-borne dust and allergens.

The patented iCan Agi-Pump is versatile, original and electric. The mounted pumps can be combined with an optional mixer and each Agi-Pump can easily move 500 to 1,000 gallons. The four-bolt hook up can be removed quickly and easily for immersion in any well hole or an under barn pump out location. The powerful system allows for the removal and spreading of thicker manure. Bio-waste can be delivered to fields and other locations that couldn’t be reached before, allowing for the use of eco-friendly manure solutions rather than chemical means. The iCan Agi-Pump is also the first choice for the removal of sludge and sediment in ponds, lagoons and tanks, as well as dredging operations.

Built and designed with efficiency and compaction in mind, the pump and loading system increase efficiency, while reducing fuel emissions through the patented delivery systems. The Ferthaul systems set a precedent within the industry, with a land management system that can haul 20 percent faster, 20 percent further and for 20 percent less, thereby reducing the world’s carbon footprint one step at a time.

3.7 Designs’ four-man team of designers and developers work with a select group of clients to ensure each business receives the dedicated attention it deserves. They’re certified Google professionals, so clients know they’re obtaining the services of experts who are cognizant of the latest methods and techniques. They offer a full suite of services that includes Web site design, creation and launch. They can help with establishing an online identity, branding and logo design, as well as a variety of content management solutions. They offer e-commerce, WordPress, and drag and drop solutions that are user-friendly and places the client firmly in control.

More at www.ferthaul.com or www.3point7designs.com.

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