The WWETT Show exhibits offer a variety of new equipment for onsite installers

There was plenty for onsite installer professionals to see when the doors swung open on the first day of exhibits at the Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport Show in Indianapolis. Onsite system components designed to address every 21st century decentralized wastewater challenge could be found along the busy aisles of the Indiana Convention Center. Tanks, drainfield products, risers and lids; they were all on display. 

And there was even a new exhibit of compact excavators shown by Best Equipment Co. of Indianapolis. The dealer showed a line of red Toro earth-movers, including the Dingo TX 525 Wide Track model that would appeal to installers looking for a nimble performer aimed at treading lightly on backyard landscaping. The Dingo offers improved floatation for better traction and a lighter footprint on sandy or wet ground conditions, higher operating capacity for added lifting ability and operator-friendly controls.

The WWETT Show continues with exhibits and seminars set for Wednesday and Thursday.

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