biosolids drying system Articles

  • 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

  • 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 ...


    By Komline-Sanderson

  • Springfield - 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

  • Natchez Wastewater Treatment Facility Finds Success with New System

    A popular magazine at the SRS Crisafulli offices is Treatment Plant Operator (TPO), which serves municipal water system operators. The November 2011 issue of TPO featured the Natchez, Mississippi Wastewater Treatment Facility in their Top Performer - Biosolids section, with an article titled " ...


    By SRS Crisafulli, Inc.

  • A new solution for biosolids (sewage sludge)

    It’s becoming increasingly difficult to dispose of biosolids (sewage sludge) in a safe and cost-effective way. The Dryclone® Air Drying System offers an efficient, safe, and low-cost solution that’s aligned with the future of biosolids usage. The Dryclone efficiently removes moisture content from biosolids, reducing ...


    By Recycling Equipment Canada

  • Biosolids Heat Drying: Safety in Design and Owner Operation

    ABSTRACTInterest continues to grow in heat drying as a means of processing biosolids into an aesthetically pleasing product form with multiple use opportunities, while also achieving a significant reduction in both volume and weight of biosolids for off-site hauling. As the number of heat drying installations increase, so too do reports of safety incidents—an indication that Owners and facility ...

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