solar sludge drying News

  • Solar sewage sludge drying in Europe, Turkey and Australia

    Solar Sewag Sludge Drying Internationally Acceptedist Anlagenbau GmbH in Kandern Germany developed a sludge solar drying system and is marketing it since 1994 under the name of WendeWolf. The sludge is spread out in greenhouses and regularely turned and aerated. During the drying cycle, the sludge is automaticalle conveyed from the entrance to the exit of the drying bed. After several years of ...


    By IST-Anlagenbau GmbH

  • New solar drying plant in Wetalla, Australia

    The Wetalla Water Reclamation Plant in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, treats 120,000 EP of residential and industrial wastewater per day. Both phosphorus and nitrogen are reduced by the process, which is a Variation on the Modified University of Cape Town BNR configuration. 54 tonnes (Mg) dry solids are processed each week, which undergoes thickening, aerobic digestion and belt filter pressing ...


    By IST-Anlagenbau GmbH

  • Five Solar WendeWolf® Sludge Dryers to process 20,000t in the new WWTP in Managua, Nicaragua

    The German Engineering company ist Anlagenbau GmbH is marketing their WendeWolf® solar sludge drying system since 1994. The first pilot plant had to be financed privately. Meanwhile 90 WendeWolf® machines are running in six European Countries, in Turkey and in Australia. The latest order came from Nicaragua for five machines. This is will be the largest solar drying plant of the Americas. The new ...


    By IST-Anlagenbau GmbH

  • Five WendeWolf® to process 20 000 tons in the new WWTP of Managua, Nicaragua

    The latest order came from Nicaragua for five machines. This is will be the largest solar drying plant of the Americas. The new WWTP of Managua will help to prevent Lake Managua from a biological collapse. The project is financed by the German Government and is constructed by Biwater International Ltd. The daily output of the new plant will be up to 100 m³ dewatered sludge but the ...


    By IST-Anlagenbau GmbH

  • ReportsnReports - Water Technology Markets

    The water sector is facing greater challenges than ever before: population growth, climate change, increased water scarcity, tougher environmental regulation, and dwindling public finances. As we confront these issues, only one thing stands between success and failure: water technology. It is a subject which has been neglected over the years. The pipe, the pump and the valve, have been enough to ...


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