biosolids dryer Articles

  • MSW and Biosolids Become Feedstocks for Ethanol

    The first commercial facility designed to recover recyclables from municipal solid waste, and utilize the residuals with biosolids as feedstock for ethanol production, is moving forward in Middletown, New York. The Orange Recycling and Ethanol Production Facility, to be built on a 22-acre site adjacent to the Middletown Wastewater Treatment Plant, has capacity to process approximately 230,000 ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Waste Water Treatment Plant sees Economic and Environmental Return on Investment with Biosolids Drying System from Therma-Flite

    Therma-Flite, a resource recovery technology company, releases a new case study that provides municipalities with a look at how one mid-sized city has achieved its goals of eliminating transportation and landfill costs associated with biosolid waste disposal. Regulatory, economic and environmental pressures prompted the plant operations leader to seek equipment and systems that could transform ...


    By Therma-Flite Inc.

  • Mason OH case study

    Growing with the Flow Population increase forces Mason, Ohio, to examine biosolids handling process Located in southwest Ohio, between the cities of Cincinnati and Dayton, is the growing metropolis known as Mason. Founded in 1815, Mason has attracted large corporations such as Cintas and Procter & Gamble’s Health Care Research Center. Additionally, on the ...


    By Komline-Sanderson

  • Springfield MA case study

    At Their Disposal Komline-Sanderson minimizes solid waste disposal costs in Springfield, Mass The City of Springfield, Mass., currently uses a contract composting facility, which is located at the 65 MGD Bondi Island Wastewater Treatment Plant to dispose of their solid waste. The composting facility requires a feed of 40–45% solid materials to ...


    By Komline-Sanderson

  • Paragould AR case study

    Maximum Capacity Expected Increased population in Paragould, Ark., forces city to expand wastewater treatment plant to better manage sludge disposal Does this sound familiar? Your lagoon is filling with both primary and secondary sludge, and will be at capacity within the next two years. Paragould, Ark., a growing city of 22,500 located in northeast Arkansas, had just that problem. ...


    By Komline-Sanderson

  • Operating experience of Aberdeen CAMBI thermal hydrolysis plant 2002

    Introduction This paper reviews the establishment of a new 50 dry tonne per day biosolids processing facility at a green field site at Nigg Bay, Aberdeen Scotland. Prior to 2001 all sewage had been pumped by long sea outfall into the North Sea. Consequently there was only a minor biosolids operation in the area dealing only with small, rural works. Proposals were sought from a number of ...


    By Cambi AS

  • Sharon

    Abstract SHARON8 is a very cost-effective treatment system for the total removal of nitrogen components, through nitriflcation/denithfication. from wastewater flow streams containing high concentrations of nitrogen. The system is used for the treatment of municipal wastewater side streams from both dewatered digested primary sludge and waste activated biosolids to achieve high total ...

  • Thermal hydrolysis, anaerobic digestion and dewatering of sewage sludge as a best first step in sludge strategy: full scale examples in large projects in the UK and strategic study including cost and carbon footprint.

    Abstract This paper shows that by using thermal hydrolysis process (THP) as a pre-treatment for anaerobic digestion (AD) it is possible to develop a step wise approach to sludge strategy that is cost effective and flexible. By generating a low volume of non odorous, well dewatered and safe digested cake it is possible to recycle sludge directly to agriculture or dry it for fuel use or ...


    By Cambi AS

  • Operator Strategies : Sorting Out the Plastic

    BETTER BUGS Ideas and products in the Better Bugs category attempt to affect the biological components and biochemistry of processes by altering the mix of microorganisms or enzymes present. After all, biology is the foundation of many, if not most, organics recycling systems. Pyrophiles: The first example of Better Bugs involves pyrophilic organisms, bugs that can take the heat. This example is ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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