secondary digester News

  • Aecom Awards Contract to Cambi in Kent, England

    The Long Reach project is a first of its kind in the UK. Thames water have selected AECOM as main contractor with Cambi as its specialist sub-contractor to build an upgrade to its sludge digestion plant in at Long Reach STW, in NW Kent. The plant has sewage treatment design capacity for 840,000 people equivalent and digests its sludge for use in agriculture as a fertiliser The aim of the project ...


    By Cambi AS

  • Cambi AS with its Thermal Hydrolysis Process (THP) has been awarded a contract by Interserve Project Services Ltd

    Cambi AS with its Thermal Hydrolysis Process (THP) has been awarded a contract by Interserve Project Services Ltd for the key component of an innovative digestion project at a large water company in London. Currently the water company pump raw sludge from a water treatment plant in Essex to a water treatment plant in East London for incineration in conjunction with the sludge from Essex. This ...


    By Cambi AS

  • Cambi’s process for Santiago’s green policy

    Cambi AS was recently awarded a contract by a joint venture between Degremont and AGBAR. Cambi will supply its Thermal Hydrolysis Process (THP) as the key component of an advanced digestion system as part of a major wastewater upgrade and extension project in Santiago, Chile. Cambi AS was awarded a contract to build its thermal hydrolysis process (THP) for an innovative digestion project at Aguas ...


    By Cambi AS

  • Cambi has been awarded a contract for the thermal hydrolysis process (THP) scope

    Cambi has been awarded a contract for the thermal hydrolysis process (THP) scope of the Beckton and Crossness (Thames Water) advanced digestion projects, serving two of Europe’s largest sewage treatment works. Tamesis (joint venture between Imtech and Langs) let a subcontract to Cambi in July 2012 for the turnkey supply of 2 separate 2x3 reactor B12 Cambi plants, one for Beckton and one for ...


    By Cambi AS

  • Cambi Awarded another Major Contract in Beijing

    Beijing Drainage Construction Company has awarded Cambi a second contract for the Cambi Thermal Hydrolysis Process (THP). The contract at Xiaohongmen Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) follows the recent contract for Gaobeidian WWTP, Beijing’s largest. Xiaoghongmen is Beijing’s second largest wastewater treatment plant, and is owned and operated by the Beijing Drainage Group. The plant ...


    By Cambi AS

  • Another Success for Veolia’s Thermal Hydrolysis Process

    Following on from Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies’ success in securing the contract for its Biothelys® thermal hydrolysis plant at Esholt Sewage Treatment Works for Yorkshire Water, the company has been awarded a further Biothelys® contract, for Thames Water at Oxford STW.   The Oxford plant will treat a throughput ...


  • Successful BIODOME® installation for Kirk Environmental in Flint, Michigan USA.

    Kirk Environmental has successfully completed the installation of a 300m³ top mounted BIODOME® Double Membrane Gasholder at the Biogas Plant in Flint, Michigan USA. The Biogas plant is an extension to the existing waste water treatment plant where it will now process primary and secondary sludge to produce bio-methane which will convert to renewable electricity. ...

  • Laser gas detection success for Anglian Water Services

    Anglian Water Services (AWS) wanted to quantify methane emissions from their wastewater treatment processes. As these are less well understood and less well defined than indirect carbon emissions associated with electricity use, they set up a project to locate and quantify emissions from the processes at a wastewater treatment works. This was led by the in-house Innovation Team which undertakes ...


    By Geotech

  • Billions needed to replace outdated water - wastewater facilities

    U.S. and Canadian cities and towns will spend over US$80 billion to upgrade and expand municipal wastewater treatment facilities over the next 5 years. This will represent 15 percent of the global spending for this segment. Some of these expenditures are just replacement of outdated facilities. Others are to meet water pollution discharge limits or reduction of odors. Some of the expenditures, ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • US$80 billion in upgrades of North American wastewater treatment plants in the next 5 years

    U.S. and Canadian cities and towns will spend over US$80 billion to upgrade and expand municipal wastewater treatment facilities over the next 5 years. This will represent 15 percent of the global spending for this segment. Some of these expenditures are just replacement of outdated facilities. Others are to meet water pollution discharge limits or reduction of odors. Some of the expenditures, ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Dr. Berni Chapman Presents “The Hidden Value of Industrial Wastewater”

    The WEF-EESS Asia-Pacific Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Conference will take place June 28 – July 1, 2015, in Singapore. On Monday, June 29, Dr. Berni Chapman will present the paper she co-wrote with ADI Systems Asia Pacific president Gren Delfs, and fellow colleagues Nathan Clarke and Dr. Chris Hearn. Dr. Chapman’s ...


    By ADI Systems

  • Secondhand Asbestos Exposure Risks for Families of Some Workers in Puerto Rico

    Due to the unique properties found in asbestos, it was used for decades in thousands of commercial products and building materials. While asbestos-containing materials may have many beneficial attributes, they can also release fibers into the air when they are disturbed and as they age and become friable. Asbestos fibers cannot be seen with the naked eye so ...


    By Zimmetry Environmental

  • How well do wastewater treatment plants remove pharmaceuticals?

    A comprehensive analysis of pharmaceuticals in Spanish wastewater has indicated that they are widespread pollutants. The majority of pharmaceuticals present in incoming wastewater were still present in both treated water and in the river waters receiving the treated water. The EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive1 (UWWTD) requires Member States to ensure that both discharges from urban ...

  • ADI Systems Asia Pacific Engaged by Wings to Design and Build Waste-to-Energy Plant in Jorong

    ADI Systems Asia Pacific is pleased to announce a second engagement by Wings Corp for the design, construction, and installation of a waste-to-energy plant at its palm oil mill in Jorong, South Kalimantan, Indonesia. The waste-to-energy plant will be built by PT Gawi Makmur Kalimantan. Biogas will be produced from the fermented Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) and ...


    By ADI Systems

  • SEPA welcomes Energy from Waste report findings

    Two reports published by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), evaluate waste treatment technologies and their benefits to sustainable waste management. The reports, which have been carried out by leading environmental research consultants AEA and Jacobs, bring together key recommendations on the future of energy recovery in Scotland. The Evaluation of Energy from Biowaste Arisings ...

  • Protecting New York’s Workers and Families from Secondhand Asbestos Hazards

    Throughout New York and the tri-state area there are still countless residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional properties with asbestos-containing materials. There are also a number of industries where workers may come into contact with asbestos during their daily activities. Due to the unique properties found in asbestos, these minerals were used for decades in thousands ...


    By VOETS, LLC

  • HORIBA Scientific’s New Openplex Spr Imaging System Provides Platform For Multiplexed Real Time Binding Analysis

    Flexible Benchtop Design Offers Label-free Molecular Interaction Analysis HORIBA Scientific, global leader in SPR Imaging, just announced the launch of OpenPlexTM, a powerful and flexible research platform for real time analysis of label-free molecular interactions in a multiplex format. OpenPlex uses Surface Plasmon Resonance imaging (SPRi) to monitor the binding of molecules to ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • Conducting Wipe Sampling After Lead Abatement

    Permanently removing all traces of lead-based paint hazards is a crucial element in the rehabilitation of older buildings, particularly those built prior to 1970. Lead-based paint abatement techniques will be aided by two new ASTM International standards that focus on composite wipe sample preparation for analysis following lead abatement activities in buildings. The new standards are ...


    By ASTM International

  • Xylem to supply customized water treatment technologies to one of the world’s largest water reclamation facilities in Kuwait

    Xylem Inc. (NYSE: XYL), a leading global water technology company focused on addressing the world's most challenging water issues, has won a major contract valued at more than $8 million USD to develop and supply customized technologies to a wastewater treatment and reclamation plant in Sulaibiya, Kuwait. Following a plant expansion currently underway, it will be one of the largest water ...


    By Xylem, Inc.

  • NREL Explains the Higher Cellulolytic Activity of a Vital Microorganism

    Researchers at the Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the BioEnergy Science Center (BESC) say better understanding of a bacterium could lead to cheaper production of cellulosic ethanol and other advanced biofuels. Their discovery was made during an investigation into the performance of Clostridium thermocellum. The scientists found the microorganism utilizes the ...

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