class a biosolids Equipment

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Model Class A - Septage Treatment

by WeDoTanks.com LLC     based in Sahuarita, ARIZONA (USA)

The 'Ultimate' Septage Receiving & Processing Facility. No Odor. No Air Pollution. Class 'A' Concentrate (Biosolids). Very Clean Condensate.

Bioset Process

by Schwing Bioset, Inc.     based in Somerset, WISCONSIN (USA)

The Bioset process achieves Class ‘A' biosolids via the time vs. temperature equation and pH adjustment per the EPA 503 regulations. Temperature is achieved through the addition of Quicklime and Sulfamic acid and the high pH is achieved through the addition of the Quicklime. Biosolids and chemicals are homogenously mixed in a Schwing Bioset ...

EnVessel Pasteurization

by RDP Technologies, Inc.     based in Conshohocken, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

When the EPA 503 Regulations were first enacted the RDP EnVessel Pasteurization Process was the most popular Class A Process on the market due to it's simplicity, cost effectiveness and the market demand for lime. RDP has over 60 operating systems in the USA making the EnVessel Pasteurization process one of the most popular Class A processes ...

RDP - Precision Lime Stabilization System

by RDP Technologies, Inc.     based in Conshohocken, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The RDP Precision Lime Stabilization Systems combines over 30 years of first hand experience with robust equipment, in a clean, workmanlike, arrangement that results in a simple but clean Class B sludge/lime stabilization system that is practical, simple to operate for years without much regular operator attention or maintenance.

Reducing Odours Throughout The Sludge Treatment Process

by Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies     based in West Midlands, UNITED KINGDOM

The Saphyr™ process, an alternative option to liming, is used to stabilise and sanitise thickened sludge generated by wastewater treatment plants.

RDP - Hybrid Evaporator

by RDP Technologies, Inc.     based in Conshohocken, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The Hybrid Evaporator can be operated as a pasteurizer or a dryer. In both cases, biosolids are automatically loaded from a storage bin. The biosolids are processed on a batch basis. The Evaporator utilizes a rotor mounted on a stationary drum, both of which are heated using a thermal fluid. The entire assembly is mounted on load cells. When the ...

BIO-SCRU - Biosolids Drying System

by KMT International, Inc.     based in Fremont, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Choosing the right drying system for your treatment plant is essential to maximizing cost efficiencies and reducing environmental impact. The BIO-SCRU dryer system eliminates pathogens and reduces moisture content to 90% and volume to typically 20% or less. The BIO-SCRU® is a simple, easy to maintain dryer system, with a small footprint. The ...

TPS ThermAer - For Biosolids Management

by Thermal Process Systems, Inc.     based in Crown Point, INDIANA (USA)

Today, biosolids disposal is more complex than ever. Many states have imposed restrictive legistlation on land application, composting and land fills. Volume reduction and odor control are key elements in successful biosolids management. Now, thanks to ThermAer you have a solution.Superior volatile solids reduction independent of outside ...

Komline-Sanderson - Biosolids Dryer System For Biosolids And Biological Sludge Drying

by Komline-Sanderson     based in Peapack, NEW JERSEY (USA)

The Komline-Sanderson Biosolids Drying System uses indirect drying technology to convert municipal and industrial biological sludge into a sterile, free flowing granular product. The dried biosolids can be beneficially reused as a slow release nitrogen fertilizer, soil amendment additive or as a green fuel in a boiler and cement kiln. The K-S ...

Therma-Flite - Model IC Series - Biosolids Dryer System

by Therma-Flite Inc.     based in Benicia, CALIFORNIA (USA)

As the challenges of disposing of Class B biosolids become more daunting, forward-thinking treatment plants are searching for cost effective solutions that will help their communities become EPA-compliant. For many reasons the disposal of Class B has become a problem. Transportation cost and tipping fees are soaring, in some instances landfills ...

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