AIRVAC is the world leader in vacuum sewerage system technology. Formed in 1969, we have led the effort to take vacuum sewer technology from a zero base in the US to the established, reliable form of sewage collection system enjoyed by many today.
AIRVAC manufactures a complete line of top quality vacuum sewer system products including vacuum valves, valve pits and vacuum station equipment. Customer support and service is provided every step of the way including assistance with the planning, design, construction and operation of vacuum sewer systems. The combination of experience, top quality products and superior customer support separates AIRVAC from its competitors.
Since our founding in 1969, AIRVAC has maintained a singular commitment to excellence that has served to solidify our position as a trusted and respected brand that produces the highest quality products and services.
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Ernest Hemingway, a former resident of the Florida Keys, knew he was living in paradise when he wrote, "It’s the best place I’ve ever been anytime, anywhere–flowers,... more
Public works veteran learns to embrace vacuum sewer systems You could forgive Robert Holland for being skeptical about vacuum sewer technology in 2007. A veteran with... more
Vacuum sewers provide a low-maintenance solution for a Florida utility Public utilities face expensive choices. They often manage enormous budgets and make multimillion... more
Vacuum sewer system helps a Florida town keep operations and maintenance costs to a minimum “Out of sight, out of mind” is a phrase often used when discussing sewers.... more
Vacuum sewer technology helps city solve contamination in area with a high water table Think of Albuquerque, N.M., and images of spectacular western panoramas and... more
Fast-growing Hooper, Utah, was the largest unsewered city in the state when it incorporated in 2000. At the time, almost all Hooper residents were relying on septic... more
The Village of Alloway, NJ had been looking to replace its septic tanks for decades, but cost and inconvenience delayed the project until 2007. Alloway’s new AIRVAC... more
March 01, 2013
The Passavant-Geiger Group will continue its international growth under the new name "Bilfinger Water Technologies.” The company also acquired Johnson Screens at the... more
April 05, 2012
Residents of rural communities have many of the same aspirations as city dwellers: They want controlled economic growth,increased property values, clean water and a... more
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